Saving time with Ruby and ActiveRecord

I am working on a project that has many disparate data sources, and before I can do the interesting AI part everything needs to be normalized into our object models. Usually, this would be a mountain of work, but I am finding that using Ruby scripts with the ActiveRecord library is saving lots of time. I am basically taking advantage of both the dynamic nature of Ruby and the dynamic ORM functionality of ActiveRecord to cut the amount of required code (compared to say Java) by a large amount.

Ruby on Rails has a deserved reputation for saving time on web application development, but you should really consider ActiveRecord a separate part of Rails that can be used standalone.


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