Ruby Daily FAQ
What is Ruby Daily?
Ruby Daily is a news project curated by Nick Kugaevsky. The main goal is to bring latest news about ruby programming and web development.
What topics does it cover?
I'm picking up news about technologies I'm interested in. Some of them are:
- Ruby: Ruby on Rails, Sinatra, cool gems, profiling
- Services: Github, Heroku, Codeship, AWS
- Tools: git, rvm
- Testing: TDD, BDD, rspec, cucumber
- CSS frameworks: Twitter Bootstrap, Zurb Foundation
- Modern js frameworks: jQuery, angular.js, ember.js
Where I can read it?
I try to give my subscribers an option to read Ruby Daily news any way they like. You can read Ruby Daily via
How can I help?
The best way to help is to take part in community life: contributing to opensource, writing tutorials and posts about development, recording screencasts and conference talks. Speaking shortly – providing any activity that brings value to the community. I will be really glad if you submit a post to Ruby Daily about it.
Cool! Do you need sponsorship?
I'm running Ruby Daily by my own now. You can support Ruby Daily with any kind of donation if you want to via links below. All funds raised will cover my spends on Ruby Daily.
If you represent a company and want to support Ruby Daily on long term basis feel free to mail me about it.