WorkingWithRails and I’m #1871

Posted on February 11, 2008. Filed under: Ruby, Ruby on Rails | Tags: |

If you are just getting into Rails, first off, try getting a workingonrails.com profile setup. I was able to do that a while back and man, I’m #1871.

Nice number, although I would love to see that number go up into the hundreds. We’ll see …..


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