please check out my blog: http://www.blackbytes.info/. I have some good Ruby articles that you might enjoy. Let me know what you think
Great idea for a thread @jesus_castello
Could you also share your 3 most read posts please?
My own blog is at www.astonj.com, and my most read posts are:
I blog occasionally on http://ohm.sh, mostly about weird stuff that I encounter in my day to day job.
I thought I recognised your name! Think I’ve been directed to your blog via Google at some point
I don’t blog much, but when I do, I write here: http://kofno.github.io
Wow. I’m famous!
I blog about both Ruby and Rails at http://6ftdan.com. Three of my most popular posts are:
And one that should make the list: Dealing with Rails 4 forms and params
Hello, I blog here about Ruby and life as a software developer in general
I write at Excel with Code, where I want to help ruby/rails developers become better at building and selling products. I believe it’s not enough to know how to write code; understanding the business side of software is critical to one’s success in the industry.
Some of my popular posts are:
How to make $100K from Open Source Software, which looks at some of the strategies businesses and individuals use to monetize their open source products (including open source projects developed by others).
In What’s your Rails default stack?, I explain why it’s not advisable to build a personal custom Rails template, but instead use one that’s flexible enough to get the job done.
Documenting Ruby command-line apps looks at nine rules of thumb for writing good help-text for command-line apps.
I rarely write blog posts (really rarely)
But when I do I write them at http://pikachuexe.logdown.com/
I love Markdown
New blog post! Thought you should know Rails Rumble - the Experience
I must admit, that I tend to use my blog to document something I’ve done in a place where I know I can find it later:
I do the same thing. I visit my blog/site frequently to recall things I “know”.
Oh, and I couldn’t help but write another blog post today: Implement a Lazy Hash in Ruby