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cglee — 8 posts

We just (re)launched Open Source Rails, a gallery of the best open source Ruby on Rails projects. This iteration is going to be more community driven, and will only include the best projects. See blog post for more details.
Read our guest blog post on the Mailgun blog about how we improved student engagement threefold using Mailgun. Lots of code, and a pretty diagram too. If you're interested in learning how to build Rails apps, check out Tealeaf Academy
Tealeaf Academy is an online school for developers, focusing on Ruby on Rails.

Our program is designed to take beginners who don't have much programming experience to fully competent web developers. Our students love us (see our testimonials), and we are taking applications for our next cohort, check us out at http://www.gotealeaf.com!
Here's a great post on declarative thinking with Ruby. Perfect for the budding Rubyist.
Ever wonder how or when to pick a Ruby gem? We've answered that question for you here.
A great article on how to approach Ruby on Rails from a beginner's perspective.
We are about to launch another Introduction to Ruby on Rails course at Rails Tutors. This course will guide you through all you need to know about building a modern web application using Rails 3. We'll take you step by step through building a social app from scratch. Included in this course is a Learn Programming with Ruby course for those new to programming. Early bird ends September 10th, so register today!
Our blog post on how we're using Webmin to monitor and automatically restart delayed job processes.