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The Seattle Ruby on Rails Developers Meetup Group Message Board › More useful resources

More useful resources

A former member
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I thought I would put down some resources that I find useful that didn't get on the list:

Rails:
Ruby tutorials on NETTUTS+
These are very well written, and almost all beginner oriented. I highly recommend. I get excited everytime something I'm interested in pops up on these:
http://net.tutsplus.c...­

If you're really new, or no somebody that is, send them to http://railsforzombie...­ I only wish it existed when I learned Rails :(

Design:
Dev wanting to learn how to do design (me too, this is a big focus for me right now). You absolutely need to be reading the Web Design TUTS+ http://webdesign.tuts...­ and Smashing Magazine: http://www.smashingma...­

Business/startuppy:
First, you do read http://news.ycombinat...­ right? That's a must do.
Second, the small subreddit http://www.reddit.com...­ I find to be a great niche site for this sort of thing. (My side-project is on the top few articles right now!)
Also, I heard good things about Mark Suster's blog: http://www.bothsideso...­

Also, I haven't used these, but they were recommended by Evan for the more sysadminny type of stuff:
http://articles.slice...­
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