Tim Eaglestone
Tim is a developer and educationalist based in the UK. He started his career developing an intranet in notepad back in 1994 at about the time Mosaic was becoming Netscape Navigator. Experienced in C, C++ and Java, Tim now prefers Ruby and the Rails and Sinatra frameworks.
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    An Introduction to Haml and SinatraDisplay
    Twice a month, we revisit some of our readers’ favorite posts from throughout the history of Nettuts+. This tutorial was first published in October, 2010. This tutorial will introduce Haml and Sinatra. Haml is a markup language that produces clean, well-structured HTML. Sinatra is a simple but powerful Ruby framework for creating websites or web services. The two work very well together and provide a powerful tool for quick and simple web development. I find them ideal for prototyping.Read More…