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Why Companies Choose YouDigital

Top Tech Talent

We specialize in connecting top tech talent with businesses in need of their expertise. YouDigital have a vast network of highly skilled professionals who are experts in their respective fields, ranging from software development to data analysis, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and more. We understand the fast-paced and ever-changing nature of the tech industry, and we keep up with the latest trends and technologies to ensure that we can provide our clients with the best talent available.

Zero Risk

We understand that hiring top tech talent is critical for any business, and we want to make the process as risk-free as possible for our clients. To show our commitment to our clients, we offer a 2-week money-back guarantee. This means that if a client is not satisfied with the developer they hire through us, they can get a full refund within the first two weeks of the developer's assignment. We are confident in the quality of the tech talent we provide, and we believe that our rigorous screening process ensures that our clients get the right fit for their specific needs.

Developer Retention

It isn't just about finding the right skilled developer, but also about keeping that talent in-house for the long-term to help drive business success. Once we place a developer with a client, we provide ongoing support to ensure that they remain happy and engaged in their role. This includes regular check ins with both the developer and the client to ensure that everything is running smoothly and that any issues are addressed in a timely and effective manner.

Why are YouDigital Developers the best?


We hire people with 3+ years of experience in the IT field. It’s important to have strong technical foundations and a problem solving mindset.

In addition to technical knowledge, we also value strong business understanding in our candidates. This means that we look for developers who can think beyond just the code and understand the broader context in which they are working. They should be able to understand how their work fits into the larger goals of the organization and be able to communicate effectively with stakeholders, such as project managers, product owners, and executives.

Quality Mindset

We look for candidates who prioritize producing high-quality work. Quality is a fundamental aspect of software development, and it's essential to have developers who take it seriously.

A developer with a quality mindset will take the time to understand the requirements of the project, and will work to ensure that their code not only meets those requirements but also addresses any potential issues that may arise in the future. They should have an eye for detail and be able to identify potential problems in their code before they become major issues.

Fluent in English and Proactive

Being fluent in English is important because it is the language of business and communication in many industries, including software development. It is essential that our developers are able to communicate effectively with clients, stakeholders, and other members of the team.

A proactive developer takes responsibility for their work and is committed to meeting project deadlines and goals. They should be able to work independently when required, but also be willing to ask for help and collaborate with other team members when necessary.

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Ruby on Rails Use Cases

  • Web applications:

    Rails is a popular choice for building web applications, as it provides a set of conventions and tools that make it easy to quickly develop and deploy web applications with minimal setup and configuration.

  • E-commerce platforms:

    Rails has many built-in libraries and plugins for handling common e-commerce functionality such as product catalogs, shopping carts, and payment integration.

  • Content management systems:

    Rails can be used to build content management systems, allowing businesses to easily manage and update their website's content.

  • Social networking platforms:

    Rails has been used to develop social networking platforms, allowing users to interact with each other and share information.

  • RESTful web services:

    Rails is well suited for building RESTful web services, as it has built-in support for handling HTTP requests and responses.

  • APIs:

    Rails is also commonly used for building APIs, which can be integrated with mobile apps or other web applications.

  • Startups:

    Rails is often used in the startup ecosystem for its rapid development capabilities, which helps to get a product to market quickly, test the market and gain traction.

  • Rapid prototyping:

    Rails is a great tool for quickly building prototypes and MVPs, allowing startups to test their ideas before investing a lot of time and resources into developing a full-featured product.

Top Skills to Look For in a Ruby on Rails Developer

  • Strong knowledge of the Ruby programming language:

    A good Rails developer should have a solid understanding of the Ruby programming language, including its syntax, data types, and object-oriented programming concepts.

  • Experience with the Rails framework:

    Rails developers should have experience working with the Rails framework, including an understanding of its conventions, libraries, and tools.

  • Familiarity with web development concepts:

    A good Rails developer should have a good understanding of web development concepts, such as HTTP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and related libraries such as JQuery.

  • Knowledge of database development:

    A Rails developer should have experience working with databases, including designing and querying database schemas and optimizing performance.

  • Experience with Git and version control:

    Experience with Git version control is important for any developer, particularly when working on projects with multiple contributors.

  • Strong debugging and problem-solving skills:

    A good Rails developer should be able to troubleshoot and debug code effectively, as well as identify and resolve performance issues.

  • Understanding of Agile development methodologies:

    Knowledge of Agile development methodologies, such as Scrum, allows for a more rapid development with continuous improvement and adaptability.

  • Familiarity with cloud services:

    Experience working with cloud services such as AWS, Heroku, Azure or Google Cloud can be a big plus, as it allows the developer to deploy, scale and manage the app on a cloud-based infrastructure.

  • Experience with other technologies:

    A good Rails developer should have experience with related technologies such as Linux, SQL, NoSQL databases and should also be familiar with other web development frameworks such as Sinatra or Hanami (other Ruby frameworks) or Express.js or Sails.js (other frameworks for Node.js)

  • Test-driven development (TDD) :

    Knowledge of Test-driven development is a key aspect for a Rails developer as it allows for automated testing, which results in more stable and maintainable codebase.

Top Interview Questions to Hire Ruby on Rails Developers

What is your experience with Ruby and Ruby on Rails?

Can you explain the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern in Ruby on Rails?

Can you explain how ActiveRecord works in Rails?

How do you handle exceptions in Ruby on Rails?

Can you explain how you would implement a search feature in a Rails application?

How would you optimize the performance of a Rails application?

Can you explain how you would implement authentication and authorization in a Rails application?

How do you work with APIs in Rails?

Can you explain how you would use a background worker in a Rails application?

How would you implement a real-time feature in a Rails application?

Can you explain how you would use a testing framework like Rspec or Minitest in a Rails application?

Can you walk me through an example of a project you have built using Ruby on Rails?

Can you explain how you would integrate a Rails application with a third-party library or SDK?