Support & Consultants

Quoting Joe J <>:

We are preparing to build a new Web site and the potential consultant
we may be hiring has strongly recommended that we don't go with our
initial planning with but go with Ruby on Rails. We are not
familiar with Ruby but understand their is a strong on-going interest
with its development and use. Our concern is that if we need
consulting services in the future, are their local consultants
(Pittsburgh PA general region and neighboring states) to support us.

Our implementation will involve an integration with our MS Dynamics
Solomon SQL DB to populate information about our inventory on to our
Web Site and a Future integration with MS CRM 3.0 for Sales quoting
again using the Web Site to obtain the inventory info from the Solomon

I would appreciate any thoughts on this approach as well as hearing
from consultant / developers in our geographical area that could be
available to consult in the future.

If you are integrating with Microsoft CRM and Microsoft Dynamics, go with .NET. Rails is easier to develop with, but for sure .NET is better integrated with other Microsoft products.