Thomas R. Koll
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Depending on wether you want to keep running the PHP app. If you don't, read into ActiveRecord, create your models and then write a few migrations to make sure the columns and indexes do match the naming conventions in Rails.
Rails dev available for work, started working with Rails in 2007 and still no regretting it after 10+ years. MongoDB, JS, AWS add to the mix. I'm working remotely since 2010 across the atlantic, so that's not an issue for me Read me at my webpage https://tomk32.github.io