How Can I Make RubyLearning.com More Useful To You?

by Satish Talim on August 20, 2007

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 don’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) you’d like covered in the coming months? What are the main issues that you’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 reviews…. have your say about what you’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 you’d like added to help connect more?

Other Ideas and Feedback – anything goes, big or little.

The ‘Rules’ – Any feedback, suggestions, dreams or ideas that you have are welcome. While I can’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 it’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 it’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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