This project was started by Gregory Brown in 2010, and is meant to help software developers everywhere broaden their horizons and see their work in a new light.
Although it went on (unplanned) hiatus for a couple years while while Gregory wrestled with "the rest of life" ... a renewed effort began in October 2017 to bring the project back to life.
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Thanks to a Kickstarter campaign we ran in June 2015, Practicing Ruby is able to offer a modest honorarium of $500 for all guest collaborators.
If you're interested in contributing to Practicing Ruby, send a brief email about your idea to [email protected].
You do not need to be an experienced technical writer to participate! Collaborations typically consist of about five meetings with Gregory (60-90 mins each), and a few hours of solo research and development work to prepare notes and code samples over the span of a few weeks.