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David Jones - United States (Indianapolis, Indiana)
I’m a full-time Ruby on Rails developer/consultant with http://getFretless.com in Indianapolis.
My sysadmin roots give me a perspective to using Ruby for automation scripts; and I have interest and familiarity with Ruby on Windows, and with enterprisey things like salesforce integration, running against MS SQL Server, multiple database apps, Behavior Driven Design (BDD) and Test Driven Development (TDD).
I also setup and administer Linux and Windows servers, workstations, and networks.
I’m an active participant and co-organizer at my local Indy.rb (http://meetup.com/indyrb) Ruby Brigade meetup.
You can reach me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/unixmonkey
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