Because if not you'll have a hard time understanding what I'm saying. (And if it is you have no excuse for the bad grammar.)
Basically you come across as (you sound like) a "cheerleader". You want him to hire you, so you are praising his software. But your praise is false, and doesn't add anything to the discussion.
Telling the whole world you want to do a ruby on rails port doesn't add anything to the discussion either.
Thanks for the clarification, it indirectly helps me to understand both the culture and idioms of the english language.