haven't got opportunity or time to learn about RoR. I am starting a side
project, therefore I am looking at using RoR. I came across a few articles
that raise concern for me regarding the performance of RoR.
First, Twitter move away from using RoR (
Second, LinkedIn move from RoR to Node.js (
I can regard the fact that Twitter move away from RoR as perhaps not
related to RoR (the performance gain that Twitter reported may be because
they changed several things at once, therefore it is hard to say where the
performance gain comes from). However, for LinkedIn, the performance gain
seems directly related to RoR. Is the code base done with RoR really hard
What do you (the RoR community) think about this?
Should I use RoR if performance is a concern? Is RoR single-threaded?
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