ProRuby is a team of Ruby, Rails and agile web development experts offering consulting services.
Use our experience to achieve visible improvements in the performance of your team and in the quality of your projects.
- Rescue missions
- Code reviews
- Application audits
- Best practices counselling
Juanjo started developing applications 10 years ago using Java, in 2005 he jumped into the Rails wagon. He is a Ruby on Rails core contributor and has won a couple of Rails Hackfests. He cofunded the Spanish Ruby Users Group, madrid-rb and is part of the organization of the Conferencia Rails. He also teaches university courses on Web Application Development and Object-Oriented Programming.
Raimond started developing Ruby on Rails applications in 2005. Specialized in agile methodologies and technical requirements analysis. He has participated on the RailsRumble, an agile development competition, and he often talks at Rails Conferences. Co-founder of Spain.rb he actively collaborates on open source projects related to testing and Cucumber.
Jaime has been developing applications since 1999, and working on web development since 2003. He started with Smalltalk and works with Rails since 2005. He's a co-founder of the Spanish Ruby Users Group, member of Spain.rb, and organizer of Conferencia Rails and EuRuKo 2009. Jaime also has experience as college professor and as speaker at Ruby (and Ruby on Rails) conferences.
Raúl has been developing web applications for over 10 years, and has been working on a daily basis with Ruby on Rails for the last 3 of them. He also has 5 years of experience as college professor and technical trainer. He is an active Ruby evangelist in Spain and participates on the organization of events like the 2009 European Ruby Conference (EuRuKo). He also talks at several events and conferences.
Xavier has worked with Ruby on Rails from 2005. He is a Rails core contributor, member of the Rails Documentation Team, and creator of Rails Contributors. He is the president of the Spanish Ruby Users Group, which organized the European Ruby Conference 2009 (EuRuKo 2009) at Barcelona. Xavier is also lecturer at University of Barcelona, where he teaches a course on dynamic languages.
Emili has worked with Ruby and Ruby on Rails from 2006. He develops web applications and mentors programming teams. He's a member of Spain.rb and a co-founder of the Spanish Ruby Users Group, which organized the European Ruby Conference 2009 (EuRuKo 2009) at Barcelona. He also collaborates on several open source projects, has experience as college professor and as speaker at Ruby on Rails conferences.