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The future of This Week in Ruby

You may have noticed that a few days ago I didn’t post a new edition of This Week in Ruby. This was intentional and related to the future of this series. Let me tell you about it briefly.

Ever since I started This Week in Ruby, I’ve received many emails from people telling me how much they appreciated a weekly summary of the most relevant and interesting highlights from the Ruby and Rails communities. So I feel completely compelled to continue the series and I don’t plan on ending it anytime soon.

However a new and important arrangement has developed: I’ve been asked to write a weekly summary exclusively about Rails for the official Rails blog. This means that every Sunday/Monday, I will publish This Week in Ruby (without the Rails bits) on this blog, and This Week in Rails on the Rails blog.

Possibly related posts:

  1. This Week in Ruby (May 20, 2008)
  2. This Week in Ruby (April 28, 2008)
  3. This Week in Ruby (April 21, 2008)
  4. This Week in Ruby (May 29, 2008)
  5. This Week in Ruby (March 31, 2008)

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8 Responses to “The future of This Week in Ruby”

  1. Greg says:

    A request — I might be alone in not subscribing to the rails blog, but I don’t, and enjoy your updates. Any chance your posts could continue to include all ruby & rails news, or at least a direct link to the rails blog posts you contribute?

  2. That sounds great! Congratulations Antonio: now the Official Rails blog is going to have some fresh and quality content, at last!

  3. @Lawrence, @Fabio: Thanks. :)

    @Greg: I’ll provide a link.

  4. Jim Neath says:

    Congratulations on the new gig, Antonio.

    It’s good to see more action at the Riding Rails blog, as it’s generally quite dull :)

    Should be a lot more interesting with Gregg, Chu Yeow and yourself on board.

    Good work.

  5. Great man! Congrats and keep the high level work! ;)

  6. Super. Hopefully this will not spell the end of Ruby topics on your personal blog, which I’ve always enjoyed reading.

  7. friarminor says:

    Go get ‘em, Antonio! And don’t forget to provide a link like you’ve promised.

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