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Rails Rescue Handbook

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A few years ago, there was no Rails rescue business. The framework was young, the developers were few, and the applications were being written by early adopters. As a group, the early Rails developers were by and large at the top of their profession.

But things have changed since then. After all the great press that Rails got in its early days, its popularity soared. Thousa
ebook, Version 0.9, 89 pages
Published June 29th 2009

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Ash Moran
This is a short eBook that offers specific advice in the following areas of rescuing a failing Rails project: repairing the relationship with the client / their impression of the project; investigating Rails code; using quality analysis tools; working with the database; testing; security; refactoring; and improving your own (in-need-of-rescue) code.

Mike Gunderloy reveals himself early on as being experienced dealing with disillusioned clients. All his relationship advice is client-focused: work
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