Interesting Ruby blogs

Hi,

Does anybody have a list of interesting blogs about Ruby? I have
realized that all of ones have in my RSS reader have been abandoned,
haven’t published any new article since long ago.

I would like to have in my RSS a list of active and interesting Ruby
blogs, someone has to be writing something about Ruby, right?

Thanks,

Jesus.

The two resources that i use update myself with ruby & rails are.

http://csnipp.com
http://csnipp.com/+ruby
http://csnipp.com/+rails
http://reddit.com/
http://reddit.com/r/ruby
http://reddit.com/r/rails

On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 10:00 PM, Jess Gabriel y Galn <

On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 10:30 AM, Jesús Gabriel y Galán
[email protected] wrote:

Jesus.

It’s a good question. I’m not catching blogs so much. Avdi G.
writes in his at http://devblog.avid.com, but mostly I’m listening to
his RubyTapas these days. I catch more things from ConFreaks as well.

I have another question: are you writing? (not just Jesus, but
anyone out there). I, like I suppose many others, learn a lot and
wouldn’t mind writing it down, but never seem to get around to it. If
the older ruby bloggers aren’t anymore, maybe more of us should take
it up? (I’m probably age-wise older than many of them, but still
learning lots)

SORRY, Avdi – that’s http://devblog.avdi.org

On Mar 7, 2014, at 10:12 PM, tamouse pontiki [email protected]
wrote:

wouldn’t mind writing it down, but never seem to get around to it. If
the older ruby bloggers aren’t anymore, maybe more of us should take
it up? (I’m probably age-wise older than many of them, but still
learning lots)

I should start writing something once a week about Ruby. I love the
language and community, and I enjoy using it. As for older, I suspect I
too am on the “to grave” side of the “from cradle to grave” curve.

This week I used Array#product at work, and that saved me a lot of time.
I’ll blog about that at http://www.stok.ca/blog/

Hope this helps,

Mike

[1] pry(main)> ? Array#product

From: array.c (C Method):
Owner: Array
Visibility: public
Signature: product(*arg1)
Number of lines: 14

Returns an array of all combinations of elements from all arrays.

The length of the returned array is the product of the length of self
and
the argument arrays.

If given a block, #product will yield all combinations and return self
instead.

[1,2,3].product([4,5]) #=> [[1,4],[1,5],[2,4],[2,5],[3,4],[3,5]]
[1,2].product([1,2]) #=> [[1,1],[1,2],[2,1],[2,2]]
[1,2].product([3,4],[5,6]) #=> [[1,3,5],[1,3,6],[1,4,5],[1,4,6],
# [2,3,5],[2,3,6],[2,4,5],[2,4,6]]
[1,2].product() #=> [[1],[2]]
[1,2].product([]) #=> []

Mike S. [email protected]
http://www.stok.ca/~mike/

The “`Stok’ disclaimers” apply.

Hmm what do the bloggers write about now?

On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 10:30 AM, Jess Gabriel y Galn <

Thanks for reading!

On Sat, Mar 8, 2014 at 4:12 AM, tamouse pontiki
[email protected] wrote:

Thanks,

Jesus.

It’s a good question. I’m not catching blogs so much. Avdi G.
writes in his at http://devblog.avid.com, but mostly I’m listening to
his RubyTapas these days. I catch more things from ConFreaks as well.

Avdi’s the only one in my list that’s still active.

I have another question: are you writing? (not just Jesus, but
anyone out there). I, like I suppose many others, learn a lot and
wouldn’t mind writing it down, but never seem to get around to it. If
the older ruby bloggers aren’t anymore, maybe more of us should take
it up? (I’m probably age-wise older than many of them, but still
learning lots)

As for me, I’ve never written a blog (apart from a little try I made
about board games, which was abandoned, I should retake that if I have
some time). And honestly, knowing myself, I’ll never get around the
discipline needed to blog frequently. Maybe if I could join some
initiative together with some others, so that we can push each other
to write. But my life is complicated and I always have too many things
on my plate, so, I guess I’m not a very good candidate for a regular
blog.

Jesus.

jesus.post.gsub(/Jesus/, “Abinoam Jr.”)

=> And honestly, knowing myself, I’ll never get around the

discipline needed to blog frequently. Maybe if I could join some
initiative together with some others, so that we can push each other
to write. But my life is complicated and I always have too many things
on my plate, so, I guess I’m not a very good candidate for a regular
blog.

Abinoam Jr.

On Sat, Mar 8, 2014 at 7:42 PM, Jess Gabriel y Galn

Dear Avid Grimm,

I always listen to you (and James Edward G., Charles Max Wood, Josh
Susser, Katrina Owen (until recently)) at Ruby Rogues!
(http://rubyrogues.com/).

Ruby Rogues has transcripts!!!

With the transcripts the Ruby Rogues podcast count as a blog also,
doesn’t it?

Perhaps you native english speakers doesn’t get how hard it is for us
foreigners to understand spoken english (without a transcript at
hand).

Abinoam Jr.
(From Brazil)

Am 09.03.2014 03:26, schrieb Abinoam Jr.:

=> And honestly, knowing myself, I’ll never get around the

discipline needed to blog frequently. Maybe if I could join some
initiative together with some others, so that we can push each other
to write. But my life is complicated and I always have too many things
on my plate, so, I guess I’m not a very good candidate for a regular
blog.

Actually, there exists a “planet” out there (that is, a website
aggregating feeds from other blogs and collecting them at a single
joined site) that specifically targets Ruby:

http://plutolive.herokuapp.com/?style=standard

They mention quite a lot of blogs in their subscription list (and Avdi’s
there too :-)). AFAIK, that site has been created by the Vienna Ruby
User Group. Perhaps they should switch to a more meaningful domain like
ruby-planet.org or something like that…

I do like that idea and am currently trying to set up something like
this specifically for the German Ruby community. So, if you want, just
drop me an email so I can include your German Ruby blog there. Of course
I’ll post the address to ruby-talk once it’s ready.

Valete,
Marvin

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