David Heinemeier Hansson is a Partner in 37signals.
He has been working with the Net with varying levels of success since 1996 — in the fields of game journalism, marketing, project management, design, and development.
In July 2004, he released the framework Rails (also known as Ruby on Rails). It’s the infrastructure software that is used to build all the applications at 37signals and thousands of other popular sites.
After graduating from the Copenhagen Business School and receiving his Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and Business Administration.
He moved from Denmark to Chicago, Illinois, U.S. in November 2005.
BS, Computer Science & Business Administration
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