I have collected some initial tips for this blog now and thought it would be time to write something about the blog itself. So, here we go…
Do you know these moments when you talk to fellow programmers, read a blog article or book and suddenly discover a neat, new trick you haven’t seen or used, yet?
This blog is all about this! It’s meant to collect all those little new Ruby & Rails commands and tricks you have learned about.
All the tips are quicktips, which means they are short, practical and mostly lack some context and detailed explanation. However, I always link to sources which explain the commands of each tip in more detail.
I constantly learn new stuff about Ruby and Rails from the sources mentioned above and I thought it would be a good idea to share what I learned with the public, so you can benefit, too. While this is totally awesome already, it’s even better when more people participate…
Let’s make this site the most awesome collection of Ruby and Rails Quicktips on the web! Your help is essential and very appreciated!
And don’t be afraid to submit something you think is trivial or maybe too complicated or specific; Ruby Quicktips is for developers of all skill levels! All you have learned is worth sharing and will probably help some of your fellow programmers, too.
You can comment on every tip on this blog. Please do so, if you discover an error, have an improvement to en existing tip or just want to leave a nice comment.
There are several options to follow this blog:
There will be one more option in the future as soon as this blog has collected enough tips for this option to make sense. :-)
So, I hope you’ll enjoy this blog and discover a lot of useful Ruby and Rails tips.
Now go, tell your friends and submit your tip!
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