I fell in love with Ruby but...

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  • rubygems

    Library packaging and distribution for Ruby.

    The reason I'm kinda moving toward that conclusion is because of some stuff I started to see as I was making my gem index site (https://gemdex.org) : If you look at the rate at which gems are being published to rubygems.org you'll find this:

  • railsdevs.com

    The reverse job board for Ruby on Rails developers.

    I found most job postings in the Ruby on Rails Link community and on Rails Devs, but there were a few other useful places to look, which I listed in this blog post that I wrote about my job hunt.

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