When I started this website in 2012, the goal was to help out newcomers with Ruby on Rails. I personally have been passionately following Rails since 2.3.5, and I've watched Rails since 1.x. I've always been a Microsoft guy from Visual Basic 6.0 onward, but Ruby on Rails excited me! I've watched Rails EXPLODE in popularity the past couple of years, but resources continued to disappear. Popular blogs that once pounced on every new Rails feature or Gem slowly disappeared. Even the mighty titan of Ruby on Rails, RailsCasts, hasn't updated in months. Through all of this, the traffic on this website has completely exploded. Google Analytics shows a more than 1,000 fold increase since December 2013. Nothing makes ME happier than seeing people finding value in the content that i write. I want to take a minute to thank you all. Nothing pleasures me more than being able to bring new people into the Rails community. It's not just the new developers either! I've had veteran developers that know even more than I give awesome feedback! Thanks to you guys as well!
If you have any questions/concerns at all over the content I write, please don't hesitate to comment on the articles I post. I love seeing some of the comments I get, whether positive or negative. I am not perfect, and I do sometimes make mistakes. User feedback drives this site and helps fix those mistakes. I also hope to implement a general feedback option to allow you guys to help drive this site forward.
In the mean time, thank you to all and happy coding!Sincerely,