[ANN] The "Ruby Best Practices" Collaborative Blog

Hi folks,

This is a one-time announcement about yet another blog project of

== What ==

A couple weeks ago I put out a call for volunteers to run a
collaborative blog with me focused on best practices in Ruby. It is
now live at:


== Who ==

For starters, I went with an 8 person core group, which aside from
myself includes:

James B., Kirk H., Robert K., Jeremy McAnally, Sean
O’Halpin, Magnus H. and Lakshan Perera

== Why ==

You can read more about the details of the blog and each of these
folks at:


But the general idea is that we want to provide great content that
helps folks get better at Ruby while still keeping the focus on real
world problems. We also want to have a lot of fun, too!

Please enjoy the new blog, and get involved in the conversations that
crop up as we continue to write new content. We will also begin
accepting articles from casual contributors, so keep an eye out for an
announcement about how that will work.


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