When a Startups web development is made in the language of Ruby, you get a clear hint of a company’s work style and culture. Much of this is because the Rails developer needs to be stay up to date with the web and new technologies as It’s the nature of the Ruby framework to change and evolve rapidly and a RoR developer must keep up with the pace. Facing continues change and development suits with the very essence of a startup.
So, one might ask, why should a startup get involved with Ruby, as a development language?
There are a number of valid reasons for this:
Rapid Development within Budget
When in the process of building a Startup, there is a tremendous amount of development with limited resource. Ruby on Rails is designed for speed and simplicity. The code is guided by principles that used in frameworks, allows startups to build required applications with modest budgets while maintaining top quality. Rails framework has a common structure and when a startup hire or outsource developers, they immediately know where to find what.
This is very much consistent with the lean structure of a startup and the requirement for fast, efficient and cost effective project development.