Inspired by the previous incarnations of Ruby advent calendars, I thought of running one for this year. For those who are unaware, idea is simple. To serve an interesting article on Ruby, each day for the first 24 days of December.
We saw lot of cool stuff in the Ruby throughout the year, so it would be nice to reminisce on those and learn some new tricks for the year coming ahead.
Like to Contribute?I really love to have your contributions. You could share almost any stuff related to Ruby culture. Please feel free to let me know (lakshan at web2media dot net) if you like to contribute. Let’s Make this fun and knowledgeable.
Bookmark and Follow
First post will go up tomorrow (Monday) morning. Be sure to bookmark! - http://advent2008.hackruby.com
You could follow the daily updates via Twitter - rubyadvent
- Day 10 : Listening to Your Specs by Avdi Grimm
- Day 9: Git it done, Rubyists by Gaveen Prabhasara
- Day 8: A simple distributed queue in Ruby by Darcy Laycock
- Day 7: Generating (Real) Fake Content
- Day 6 : SOA with Merb?
- Day 5 : Machinist for your Test Data Factory
- Day 4 : Cool as a Cucumber
- Day 3 : Hoptoad for better Exception Notification
- Day 2: Deploying Ruby Apps with Passenger
- Day 1: Simple Blog Engine for Ruby