High Altitude Hacking is about whipping up some cold fresh Colorado code.  It’s about throwing down some Ruby on Rails from the small mountain town of Edwards near Vail.  Two people are contributors:  Jon Christensen and Mike Gehard.  Both of us have been professional software developers for a long time and have felt the cold hand of Java and .Net and turned to the warm, loving embrace of Ruby on Rails.

We know  it’s completely trendy to start a Ruby on Rails tech blog.  So what?

Most of the stuff we put on here initially will be things that we learn along the way of hacking together a product that we’re making.  Our business is underground, so you can’t know about it, but if you notice that we live in a recreational sports loving town, and you assume that it’s about some sort of recreation, you won’t be far off.

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