50+ Ruby-related Blogs to Read

by Satish Talim on March 12, 2009

A List of Blogs to Read

I have compiled a list of over 50 Ruby-related blogs of Rubyists and companies, in alphabetical order. The list is not intended to be all-inclusive, but it should give you a great start to read the blogs of some very talented Rubyists.

Individuals

  1. Aaron Quint – QuirkeyBlog
  2. Adam Wiggins – A Tornado of RazorBlades
  3. Amanda & Michael Morin – Amanda and Michael’s Ruby Blog
  4. Antonio Cangiano – Zen and the Art of Programming
  5. Avdi Grimm – Virtuous Code
  6. Brian Dainto – The Budding Rubyist
  7. Brian Marick – Exploration Through Example
  8. Bruce Williams – Codefluency
  9. Chad Fowler – The Passionate Programmer
  10. Charles Nutter – Headius
  11. Chris O’Sullivan – The Chris O Show
  12. Dave Thomas – PragDave
  13. David Heinemeier Hansson – Loud Thinking
  14. Derek Neighbors – Derek Neighbors
  15. Dmytrii Nagirniak – Art of Programming
  16. Dr Nic Williams – Dr Nic
  17. Eric Hodel – Segment7
  18. Evan Phoenix – evan.musing
  19. Eric Falcao – austin entrepreneur
  20. Evan Light – The Hippy Hacker
  21. Fabio Akita – AkitaOnRails.com (Portuguese)
  22. Geoffrey Grosenbach – Nuby on Rails
  23. Giles Bowkett – Giles Bowkett
  24. Graeme Mathieson – Rubaidh
  25. Gregg Pollack & Jason Seifer – Rails Envy
  26. Ilya Grigorik – igvita.com
  27. Jade Meskill – Jade Meskill
  28. James Golick – James on Software
  29. Jamis Buck – the { buckblogs :here }
  30. Jay Fields – Jay Fields’ Thoughts
  31. Jesse Newland – SoylentFoo
  32. Jim Weirich – { |one, step, back| }
  33. Joe Norton – Beginner Ruby
  34. Joe O’Brien – my not-so-barbaric yawlp
  35. John Lam – John Lam on Software
  36. John Nunemaker – RailsTips
  37. Josh Susser – has_many :through
  38. Lindsay Holmwood – auxesis’ musings
  39. Lyle Johnson – Lovable Lyle
  40. Manik Juneja – { :from => Delhi, :about => everything }
  41. Marc-Andre Cournoyer – macournoyer’s blog
  42. Matt Aimonetti – The Merbist
  43. Matt Todd – Paragon Adrift
  44. Michael Bleigh – Mister Bleigh
  45. Michael Ivey – Michael Ivey
  46. Michael Koziarski – The Rails Way
  47. Mike Gunderloy – A Fresh Cup
  48. Mike Perham – Mike Perham
  49. Milan Dobrota – iluvruby
  50. Mislav Marohnic – No strings attached
  51. Morgan Prior – Amaras Articles
  52. Nick Plante – zerosum dirt(nap)
  53. Nick Quaranto – Litany Against Fear
  54. Obie Fernandez – Obie Fernandez
  55. Pat Eyler – On Ruby
  56. Peat Bakke – Peat Dot Org
  57. Pratik Naik –
    has_many :bugs, :through => :rails
  58. PJ Hyett & Chris Wanstrath – Err The Blog
  59. Rick Olson – techno weenie
  60. Richard Roberts – RichText
  61. Ryan Bates – RailsCasts
  62. Ryan Daigle – Ryan’s Scraps
  63. Ryan Tomayko – Ryan Tomayko
  64. Sau Sheong Chang – saush.com
  65. Steve Sanderson – Steve Sanderson
  66. Sur – Expressica::Blog
  67. Timon Vonk – Ruby Enthusiast
  68. Tom Preston-Werner – Tom Preston-Werner
  69. Tobias Lutke – Too-biased
  70. Yehuda Katz – Katz Got Your Tongue?
  71. Yukihiro Matsumoto (Matz) – Matz’s Blog (Japanese)
  72. Zed Shaw – Zed’s Technical Blog

Companies

  1. Altoros – Blog on the Business of Software Product Development
  2. Dynamic50 – The Blog of the Fifty Group
  3. ELC Technologies – ELC Technologies
  4. Engine Yard – Union Station
  5. FiveRuns – FiveRuns Blog
  6. Heroku – Heroku| Blog
  7. Highgroove Studios – The Napkin
  8. JoshSoftware – Where Programming is an Art
  9. MorphLabs – Morph Labs Staff Blog
  10. New Bamboo – Bamboo Blog
  11. Relevance Inc. – Relevance Blog
  12. RubyLearning – RubyLearning Blog
  13. Taazza – Taazza newsroom
  14. TheWebFellas – TheWebFellas
  15. Thoughtbot – Giant Robots
  16. Unspace – Rethink

Others

  1. DB2 on Rails – DB2 on Rails
  2. Odd Thesis – Odd Thesis
  3. Rails on the Run – Rails on the Run
  4. RailsOnWave.com – RailsOnWave.com
  5. Ruby Best Practices – Ruby Best Practices
  6. RubyInside – RubyInside

Which blogs do you read and why? I don’t want to miss anyone obvious. This post is also a good way for you to show appreciation to any Ruby developers / companies who’ve had a positive effect on you. Please post the name of the blogger / company, the name of the blog, the URL, the language (English, Japanese etc.) of the blog and why you like the blog. Thanks in advance.

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Posted by Satish Talim

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Jason Green March 12, 2009 at 1:49 pm

Nice list!

We are a rails company in London and have a blog here: blog.dynamic50.com

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Jacek Becela March 12, 2009 at 2:28 pm

Thanks, I was missing some of those in my reader.

OPML list would be very useful.

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Shane March 12, 2009 at 3:28 pm

ELC Technologies is an international Rails company with an excellent blog.

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Ric Roberts March 12, 2009 at 4:30 pm

Thanks. Good idea to publish it as an OPML list too.

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Antonio Cangiano March 12, 2009 at 4:39 pm

Hi Satish,

thanks for the inclusion. Could you also include DB2 on Rails (http://db2onrails.com) in there?

Cheers,
Antonio

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Jon Yurek March 12, 2009 at 7:01 pm

Giant Robots is actually the company blog of thoughtbot, not my personal blog. Thanks for the link, though!

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Frantz Gauthier March 12, 2009 at 8:02 pm

Thanks, but I’ve got some difficulties to import your opml on some plateforms (netvibes, google reader, …).
I’ve created 3 tabs to centralize this feeds maybe it can help someone :

http://www.netvibes.com/myentropy#A_List_of_Ruby-related_Blogs_to_Read_%3A_individuals

http://www.netvibes.com/myentropy#A_List_of_Ruby-related_Blogs_to_Read_%3A_companies

http://www.netvibes.com/myentropy#A_List_of_Ruby-related_Blogs_to_Read_%3A_others

cheers,

Frantz

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Eldon Alameda March 12, 2009 at 9:13 pm

Satish,

Really appreciate the link. Unfortunately I’m just wrapping up the launch of a new blog that will be more code/development focused and was wondering if you could update my link above with the new address at simplifi.es

– Eldon

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Amit Kumar March 12, 2009 at 9:33 pm

Great list…
I had most of them RSS fed… but good to have them altogether…

Thanks!

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Alain Yap March 12, 2009 at 10:05 pm

Will accept the complement bestowed in behalf of the team, Satish! And going through the lists, ourselves to learn more ..

Best.
Alain Yap
Morph Labs

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Soleone March 13, 2009 at 2:19 am

Another two really useful blogs for me:

RailsTips by John Nunemakerhttp://railstips.org

A Fresh Cup by Mike Gunderloyhttp://afreshcup.com

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Tim Kadom March 13, 2009 at 2:28 am

Did I miss Ryan Bates? http://railscasts.com/ , or did that not qualify? :)

Nice list. Thanks.

Tim Kadom
Atlanta Ruby User Group (http://atlrug.org)

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Mutati0N March 14, 2009 at 4:25 am

excellent list

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Michael Morin March 14, 2009 at 9:07 am

This OPML file is truly invaluable! There’s a lot on here not in my reader (yet). Thanks Satish.

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WangChang March 15, 2009 at 11:00 am

This is awesome
Thanks for your work.

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Vidar Hokstad March 16, 2009 at 7:24 pm

Damn you! :) I have a hard enough time keeping up with all my feeds as it is, and now I have more to add…

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Bob McWhirter March 20, 2009 at 9:25 pm

Would you mind adding OddThesis.org to the list? We’re all about building a JRuby-based solid Ruby/Rails/Rack deployment & runtime environment.

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Rimpy March 21, 2009 at 5:39 am

Great efforts! I have some of them. But i will add more now.
Thanks

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Tom April 23, 2009 at 11:17 am

Nice! Don’t forget about the Heroku Blog, Adam Wiggins, and Giles Bowkett.

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Tom April 23, 2009 at 11:18 am

Sorry, that’s Giles Bowkett.

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Jeff April 28, 2009 at 8:35 pm

This is a great list; a veritable gold mine for a Ruby newbie like me.

But let me pose a question to the readers and those who post here: How many hours (on average) per day, or per week do you spend reading blogs? Which ones do you focus on, and why?

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Santiago Pastorino June 9, 2009 at 4:43 am

Great list!

We are a rails company (WyeWorks) in Uruguay and our blog (The team’s voice) is http://blog.wyeworks.com.

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nap January 9, 2010 at 8:32 am

I have a blog :). Although it isn’t updated all that often. http://blog.zerosum.org #shamelessselfpromotion

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Valery March 24, 2010 at 12:46 am

Yet another one ruby blog and web development blog.

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Fleebie March 30, 2010 at 5:22 am

Here is my blog : http://www.rubyfleebie.com. It’s online since 2007. Hope you will like it!

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Ruby on Rails Developer January 25, 2011 at 6:26 pm

Thanks for the collection! You may also consider adding to the list the blog where our Ruby on Rails developers express some of their ideas: http://blog.altoros.com/

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Milan Dobrota September 25, 2011 at 11:24 am

For quick and interesting tips about Ruby, feel free to visit http://rubylove.info

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Joe October 23, 2011 at 11:07 pm

Hi there!

I wanted to drop in let you know I recently started a Ruby beginner scripting blog at: http://www.BeginnerRuby.com

I enjoy your posts! Keep on keepin’ on!

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Jhon Adams April 11, 2012 at 8:15 pm

OPML list would be very helpful

i had a experience with ruby on rails development company and they prove me, they are committed to providing their clients with Sustainability, quality service and high tech support for this latest and well-known open source technology ROR.

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James Martin November 26, 2012 at 12:34 am

I blog bout ruby and rails @ http://www.thoughtsonrails.com

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Thai Wood July 9, 2013 at 2:30 am

Great list you have here Satish. I’d be curious to see how many of these blogs are still up and running over the years, perhaps a before and after is in order. Personally I blog about Ruby For System Administrators

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Nicklas Ramhöj August 30, 2013 at 2:14 am

I went through the list today and most of them was, at least, still there. Not sure how many of them are still up-to-date though. I’ve compiles a list of all the RSS feed URLs in case anyone is interested here https://gist.github.com/ramhoj/6382418

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Ruby in Rails September 14, 2013 at 4:10 pm

Good list of top blogs, you must refer http://www.rubyinrails.com for interesting ruby concepts, performance optimizations in Ruby on Rails.

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Jennifer September 18, 2013 at 6:17 pm

Hi, That was a great sharing, good to get all RoR blogs on one page. Check out here one more useful ruby on rails blog and feel free to visit ruby on rails outsourcing

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Lance Gleason February 28, 2014 at 3:47 am

We are based in Atlanta and blog regularly about ruby related topics here.
http://www.polyglotprogramminginc.com/blog/

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