How I Learned Enough Ruby On Rails In 12 Weeks To Launch Freelancify
(Update February 26, 2013: I have since this post sold Freelancify.com to a new owner) Before I begin, I’d like to recognize Josh Crews ( for convincing me to learn Ruby on Rails; without him and his hours of volunteered mentership and help, I wouldn’t be writing this today. Thank you. I’d also like to address Please do not email me asking me to program your app for equity. On January 23rd, I launched my dream idea, Freelancify.com. And exactly 12 weeks ago, I made the best decision I’ve made in a really, really long time. A correction I’d like to address: Previously, I stated in a post that I learned Rails in 8 weeks; doing an exact recount to launch date, it was more so 12 weeks. What Skills Did I Have Prior To Learning Rails? Why I Decided To Learn It? Sat down that night, and just thought for hours. I decided. My Next 3 Months – Mission: Get an MVP up, had to be enough to work but also not crappy enough to leave a terrible first impression. That’s it guys.
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