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Fifteen of my best Ruby articles are now freely available

When I started writing professionally, I made a promise to myself to eventually release all my content for free. In keeping with that promise, I’ve decided to share Practicing Ruby’s second volume with the Ruby community.

The reason I have been able to spend so much time working on this content is that Practicing Ruby is a subscriber-supported service. I am an independent developer and these articles literally pay my bills, so if you enjoy what you have seen here, please become a subscriber! There is a ton of additional content available to members that has not been publicly released yet, and new stuff is getting added regularly.

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