I’ve recently had the fortune to join Workpath as VP of Engineering. Workpath’s backend runs on Ruby on Rails, and while coding won’t be a part of my day-to-day duties, I still need and want to learn the stack.
Since most of my experience is with Python, let me tell you about 2 things I’ve liked in Ruby, and 2 that made me want to start up PyCharm again!
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Python and Ruby are really similar. They’re both interpreted, dynamically typed, general-purpose languages. …