I've been seeing quite a lot of activity in the Ruby on Rails collection on Medium: https://medium.com/ruby-on-rails
rizwanreza — 22 posts
Jekyll: Sites Made Simple sitepoint.com
Sitepoint has published an article on Jekyll, a static site generator. It goes in detail on installing Jekyll, creating the basic structure, testing the site locally and deploying. It even has a short introduction to Liquid, the tagging engine used by Jekyll. I have found this to be the best available walk-through on Jekyll till now. Check it out here.
Katacasts: Screencasts for Coding Katas katacasts.com
Chris Parsons and Corey Haines have launched Katacasts. They describe the site as "a place dedicated to promote screencasts of coding katas to a wide audience of people interested in seeing other craftsmen perform a given kata." They already have a number of screencasts up. Nice to keep an eye on or may be, practice on! :)
Scaling Rails – On The Edge – Part 1 github.com
Dr Nic's First Look at Rails 3.0 Pre-release drnicwilliams.com