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Ruby is a dynamic, open source programming language with a focus on simplicity and productivity. It has an elegant syntax that is natural to read and easy to write.

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Ruby Conferences around the world.

  1. Friendlyrb - Your friendly european Ruby conference.
  2. Helvetic-ruby - Switzerland - A Ruby conference in Switzerland.
  3. Brightonruby - UK - A single-day, single track ruby conference on the south coast of the UK.
  4. Rubykaigi - Japan - RubyKaigi is an international conference on the Ruby programming language.
  5. Ruby Conf - Thailand

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Learn ruby programming, tools and ecosystem.

Blog / Articles ๐Ÿ“„

  1. Hanamimastery - Hanami & Ruby tutorials, guides and tips.
  2. Rubyweekly - A free, onceโ€“weekly e-mail round-up of Ruby news and articles.
  3. - the number one Ruby on Rails performance blog on the 'net.
  4. The Ruby Bibliography - Academic writing on the Ruby programming language.

Books ๐Ÿ“š

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  1. Advanced Database Programming with Rails and Postgres - Learn about subqueries, materialized views, and custom data types in Postgres and Rails.
  2. Hotwired ATS - Hotwired ATS is a step-by-step guide to building modern Ruby on Rails applications using the Hotwire stack, CableReady, and StimulusReflex.
  3. Launchschool - Object Oriented Programming with Ruby - Learn the basic foundational building blocks of object oriented programming, starting from the very beginning.
  4. Launchschool - Core Ruby Tools - It provides a short tour of four core Ruby tools: Gems, Ruby Version Managers, Bundler, and Rake.
  5. Launchschool - Introduction to Programming with Ruby - Learn the basic foundational building blocks of programming, starting from the very beginning. 6 Launchschool - Demystifying Rails - This book doesn't teach how to use Rails to build prototypes. Instead, this book dives one layer below the surface to expose how Rails is pieced together.
  6. Learn Ruby The Hard Way - This book instructs you in Ruby by slowly building and establishing skills through techniques such as practice and memorization, then applying them to increasingly difficult problems.
  7. Rubyยฎ on Rails Notes for Professionals book
  8. Working With - Ruby Threads
  9. Working With - TCP Socket
  10. Working With - Unix Process

Screencast ๐Ÿ“น

  1. Driftingruby - Quality Ruby Screencasts.
  2. GoRails - Screencast tutorials to help you learn Ruby on Rails, Javascript, Hotwire, Turbo, Stimulus.js, and more.

Podcast ๐ŸŽง

  1. Remoteruby - Remote Ruby is a podcast by three Rubyists who enjoy talking about web development and the Ruby programming language.
  2. Rooftopruby - Two Ruby programmers (Collin Donnell and Joel Drapper) discuss Ruby, web and native software development, technology, and more.
  3. therubyonrailspodcast - The Ruby on Rails Podcast, a weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails, open source software, and the programming profession. Co-hosted by Brittany Martin, Brian Mariani, Jemma Issroff and Nick Schwaderer.


  1. Firstrubyfriend - Six half-hour calls between early career devs and friendly volunteer mentors from the Ruby community.
  2. Ruby On Remote - Curated Remote Ruby Jobs and Ruby On Rails Jobs. All in one place!
  3. awesome-ruby - A collection of awesome Ruby libraries, tools, frameworks and software.
  4. The Freebies - Free ruby course

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Organizations / Forum

  1. bangkokrb - the community for the Ruby programming language in Thailand
  2. Forum Hotwired Dev - Hotwire Discussion is a community forum for Hotwire, an approach to building modern web applications by sending HTML over the wire. This includes discussion about the Turbo and Stimulus JavaScript libraries.
  3. Forum Ruby on Rails - For discuss about Ruby on Rails, core changes, general use and more.
  4. helsinkiruby - Helsinki Ruby ry is a non-profit organisation that aims to promote Ruby and software engineering in general in Helsinki and Finland and beyond.
  5. Ruby Central - Ruby Central is a non-profit organization dedicated to Ruby support and advocacy of the worldwide Ruby community.
  6. Rails Foundation - A non-profit organization helping Rails ecosystem prosper.
  7. Ruby for Good - Nonprofit dedicated to building open source technology solutions in service of critical missions, to make the world gooder. .
  8. wnb-rb - A Ruby community for women and non-binary people! We host meetups, interview prep groups, bookclubs, CFP working groups and so much more!

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  1. - A Mastodon instance for Rubyists & friends
  2. - Discover top Ruby companies worldwide and see the impact of the programming language that focuses on developer happiness.

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Resources for learning ruby programming lang (Org, Books, Conf and more)







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