Forum: Ruby News site for ruby developers released

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Ecde42b64c9a0c14ebd267cfaafce4db?d=identicon&s=25 logan (Guest)
on 2009-04-28 09:45
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You're invited to be one of the first users to try out
Newsforwhatyoudo.com - now in private beta.  The site includes a news
group specifically for Ruby and Rails developers - try it out with
this ticket, good for the first 50 users:
d5ed8b16668800139163747ce70526fb

Newsforwhatyoudo.com is a social news site designed to let you
collaborate with colleagues in the same industry and job function.
Here's what's unique about the site:

   1. Comprehensive coverage of news that matters to you in your
profession or hobby.  Most social news sites rely on users posting
specific articles resulting in limited coverage and spam.
NewsForWhatYouDo automatically pulls content from sources that you and
the community identify as useful, and lets you discover new content
read by others in the same field.
   2. Relevant Content.  Tools for drilling down on specific topics
and collaborative filtering help you quickly find what's important.
Because content, topics, and ranking are all driven by people in the
same line of work,you get information that's useful instead of watered
down for the general public.
   3. A Community of Peers.  The site helps you have a conversation
with others in the same line of work, allowing you to network,
recruit, job hunt, and be better at what you do.
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