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It's critical to proactively maintain and improve your Ruby on Rails application, but hiring talented Ruby developers may not be an option. Partnering with thoughtbot allows you to tap the expertise we are most well known for - Ruby on Rails - whenever a need arises. What sets our maintenance team apart is we proactively suggest improvements, and come to you with ideas and suggestions, as we continuously look for ways to make maintenance, scaling, and future development more efficient.
thoughtbot has been a passionate and active participant in the Ruby on Rails community since the beginning because we continuously see the competitive advantage it gives companies as they grow. We are well-known in the open-source community and have created a number of open-source libraries, including factory_bot, administrate, dotfiles, and suspenders.
We understand your business, product, and team's bandwidth ebbs and flows. The Rails Maintenance team is structured in a way that provides you with the flexibility you need. We can increase and decrease bandwidth based on your priorities.
We are also comfortable working within a monthly budget so you can project your long-term maintenance costs. We use an hourly rate to describe our team and report on progress made at the close of each week. Our most successful partnerships include standing prioritization meetings to ensure we are all on the same page and your expectations are being met.
- Ongoing feature development
- Performance Improvements that save you money & optimize hosting
- Code updates in line with Compliance and Security Requirements
- Rails, Security Patches and Gem Upgrades
- Bug Fixes
- Modernization of Application Deployment
- Test Coverage, Test Suite and Automated Test Improvements
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Learn to test Ruby on Rails web applications from the ground up in this comprehensive guide to modern testing practices.
The canonical reference for writing fantastic Rails applications from authors who have created hundreds.
Some of our most popular libraries include factory_bot, administrate, dotfiles, and suspenders.
thoughtbot was fortunate enough in 2022 to have a few thoughtbotters join as Rails Conf speakers.
This is our playbook. It details the best ways we've found so far for how we make successful web and mobile products.
During this workshop, thoughtbot shares best practices for auditing Rails codebases, and how to shift to actionable items without sacrificing speed of feature development.