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.
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