This guest post is by Gavin Morrice, Managing Director of Katana Code Ltd., a software boutique based in Edinburgh, Scotland. He likes sharing Rails tips
This guest post is by Dave Hoover, who authored the book Apprenticeship Patterns: Guidance for the Aspiring Software Craftsman for O’Reilly, instigated the Software Craftsmanship North America conference, and is the Chief Craftsman at Obtiva. Dave began teaching himself to program in 2000
This guest post is by James Schorr, who has been developing software since 1999. He is the owner of an IT consulting company, Enspiren IT Consulting, LLC. He lives with his lovely wife, Tara, and their children in Kansas City, Missouri. James spends a lot of time writing code in many languages, doing IT security audits, and has a passion for Ruby on Rails in particular. He also loves
This guest post is contributed by Paolo Perrotta, a freelance geek, currently coaching agile teams for a large phone company. He also wrotes
This guest post is contributed by Harold Giménez, who is a web developer with the crew at thoughtbot, where he spends his days working with Rails and writing open source software. He’s also involved with
This guest post is contributed by Jeff Schoolcraft, who runs The Queue Incorporated a freelance consultancy that provides custom software development in Ruby, Rails and iOS. He produces screencasts with his partner, Istvan Hoka, at BDDCasts. When he’s not building his business he’s trying to keep up with
Fabio Akita is a Brazilian Rails enthusiast, also known online as “AkitaOnRails”. He regularly write posts on his own blog and had published the very first book tailored for the Brazilian audience called “Repensando a Web com Rails”. He is now a full-time Ruby on Rails developer working as Brazil Rails Practice Manager for the Utah company Surgeworks LLC.
This is part 3 in our ongoing conversation – “Advice For Ruby Beginners“.
This is part 2 in our ongoing conversation – “Advice For Ruby Beginners“.
The popularity of Ruby grows exponentially and with that, more and more people are learning the language. Recently, 400+ would-be Ruby developers from around the world registered for the Free Ruby Lessons at RubyLearning.com and more keep joining everyday. Most Ruby beginners have a plethora of questions related to the language; opportunities in Ruby; Ruby’s future.