Before submitting, please do a quick search on this site, to check if a tip similar to yours has already been published.
As a general rule: every Ruby or Rails related tip that has not yet been published is a good tip!
Ruby Quicktips is meant to collect tips for beginners and pros equally, so don’t hesitate to submit a trivial tip or one that is more for developers with years of experience.
Hints for getting published more quickly
Have a look at how tips are generally written on this site. The closer you get with your text to existing tips (style-wise), the quicker it will be published.
Here are a few tips to achieve that:
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And now: happy tip submitting!
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