M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
> Giles Bowkett wrote:
>>> How about someone post a comprehensive list of "ruby expert" blogs so 
>>> that I
>>> can add them to my RSS reader.  I may not understand the topics yet, but
>>> I've found that immersing myself in ruby has helped me quite a bit.
>>
>> In addition to those already posted:
>>
>> http://blog.codahale.com
>> http://weblog.jamisbuck.org/
>> chad fowler
>> prag dave
>> james gray
>> pat eyler
>>
>> ...honestly the best place to start is probably just to pick posters
>> who seem intelligent and google them...
>>
> Then again, just because someone is intelligent and has blogged about 
> Ruby, it isn't necessarily the case that they are a "Ruby expert".  I've 
> certainly blogged about Ruby, but I don't claim to be an expert with it. 
> In fact, if you go poking around RubyForge, you can see I'm clearly a 
> rank beginner in Ruby. :)


Often what's more useful than knowing is not knowing.

Some of the best blogs are from people asking interesting questions 
rather than making assertions.



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James Britt

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