It’s time for a reader question – how can I make my rubylearning.com site / blog / forum more useful for you?
I like to ask readers this question in an effort to keep improving the site / blog / forum and making it more effective in helping to improve your Ruby learning process.
I donâ€™t like to lead such discussions too deliberately – but find that the discussion is better if I give a few general questions to stimulate the conversation. So here are some areas you might like to comment on:
Topics – are there topics (specific or general) youâ€™d like covered in the coming months? What are the main issues that youâ€™re facing as a would-be Ruby developer at the moment? What would you like to learn about or grow most in for the remainder of the year?
Types of Posts – reader questions, more mini-tutorials, case studies, short tips, guest posts, tool reviewsâ€¦. have your say about what youâ€™d like most/least.
Posting Frequency – too many posts, not enough, just right?
Community – do you feel you connect well with other readers? Are there features that youâ€™d like added to help connect more?
Other Ideas and Feedback – anything goes, big or little.
The â€˜Rulesâ€™ – Any feedback, suggestions, dreams or ideas that you have are welcome. While I canâ€™t promise to respond to each comment or put every suggestion into place I make a commitment to you to read anything you have to say.
All that I ask in return is that you be honest, courteous and constructive with your feedback.
RubyLearning is a project that I pour a lot of time and effort into – as a result sometimes criticism can be a little difficult to hear – however I think itâ€™s vital to take it all on board if this is to continue to be a valuable resource for would-be Ruby developers wanting to improve their Ruby skills.
So itâ€™s over to you. Feel free to either leave your feedback here or to share them privately with me via my Contact Page on rubylearning.com
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