Best Ruby resources worth following.

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Mondays are often so similar - couple of hours spent surfing on the Internet, catching up on missed news. Sounds familiar? Well, we've got a little surprise for you.

Hungry for some Ruby fresh news? Catch up with our collected best Ruby resources worth following.
(the order is random)

1 - Ruby on Rails Org

Official Ruby website and the treasure house of essential details connected with Ruby including news, handy documentations, tutorials, tips.

2 - Ruby Daily

"Everyday news from (and about) ruby community and web development"

3 - Ruby Weekly

"A free, once–weekly e-mail round-up of Ruby news and articles."

4 - Open Ruby

"The latest news about the Ruby programming language and Ruby on Rails, tutorials, screencasts and communities"

5 - Ruby Flow

"Made a library? Written a blog post? Found a useful tutorial? Share it with the Ruby community here or just enjoy what everyone else has found!"

6 - Ruby Doc

"Fast and searchable Ruby documentation for core, standard libraries, and rubygems. Available in both RDoc and Yard format. Plus, links to tutorials, guides, ..."



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