Are You Prepping For A Ruby and Rails Development Interview?
If you want to check your understanding of the core Ruby and Rails development concepts and techniques, so that you can prepare for and ace your next technical job interview, this book shows you which topics you must review, questions that are likely to be asked and the answers from lead developers at startups, SaaS companies and dev shops.
Here’s just a sample of the Ruby topics you’ll review before your next job interview…
– Block Methods and Arguments – Ruby Hash and Performance – Conditional Assignments – Control Flow Operators – The Chainsaw Method – SOLID Principle In Ruby – Extend vs. Prepend vs. Include – Private vs. Public vs. Protected – Block vs. Lambda vs. Proc – And many more Ruby concepts
Here’s just a sample of the Rails topics you’ll review before your next job interview…
– Scope of ActiveRecord Associations – Using Rack Middleware vs. Filters – Applying “Fat Model, Skinny Controller” – Find and Debug N+1 Queries – Using Nested Routes Correctly – Form, View and Query Objects – Convention Over Configuration – And many more Rails concepts
Go ahead, grab your copy of this book, get the insider information from lead developers who have successfully gone through the technical interview process and never get stumped by another Ruby and Rails interview question again.
Are You Hiring A Ruby and Rails Developer For Your Team?
If you’ve determined that you’re ready to hire a team of Ruby and Rails developers (or take on a single Ruby and Rails developer), you might be wondering what kind of questions you should ask them to figure out if they’re a good fit for your startup, software company or dev shop.
After all, you might not know very much about Ruby and Rails development yourself – so how do you vet Ruby and Rails developers and make sure you’re choosing someone who will be a good match?
Someone that can actually follow the Ruby style, the Rails conventions and write code that’s easy to maintain?
This book shows you what to expect from a highly-skilled Ruby and Rails developer and contains great Ruby and Rails questions to ask, so that you can get to the heart of a Ruby and Rails developer’s style and experience, then decide if they’re a good addition to your team.
Go ahead, grab your copy of this book so that you can separate the hobbyists from the professionals and hire a team that delivers quality Ruby and Rails applications, on time and on budget.