Question: When should a startup outsource Ruby on Rails development?
Whenever you don’t have a CTO. Or a product strategy. Or both. Here’s plenty of know-how to build upon…
Question: Where can I get a good Ruby on Rails developer at a reasonable rate?
At Spark Solutions (Ruby on Rails & Spree Commerce Developers) we’ve built several apps, stores as well as a large multi-vendor marketplace. On the front-end we used React, which is created, supported and used by Facebook.
Question: What Ruby on Rails deployment setup is best for good performance for a social networking website having 10,000 to 100,0000 users?
At Spark Solutions, we’ve scaled a Ruby on Rails app from 1000 to 300000 registered users, activity feed, over a 1 million visits and 500 000 sent messages between users a month.
Question: What is a reasonable hourly rate for a Ruby on Rails developer in the US?
Spark Solutions (Ruby on Rails & Spree Commerce Developers) is an interesting option if you’re looking for good value and reasonable rates.
Question: What is the average hourly rate for a Ruby on Rails developer on Toptal if he/she is from countries like Brazil, Argentina, etc (not Europe/the USA)?
If you take a look at US freelancers hourly rates and compare them to those from other countries you’ll find… it’s a global market 😉
Question: How do you hold an outsourced team accountable for the development of the web application?
Ask yourself three questions which let you be safe and never resort to penalties or other legal means – it’s painful enough if your partner loses a client…