Show us your stuff! RubySource is always looking for guest contributors, so if there’s a technique, tip, or approach you’d like to share, email us.
Rubysource is currently looking for Rubyists that are motivated to share their knowledge with the community. Rubysource accepts articles on all things Ruby, from Rails to Sinatra and Gems to plugins. If you have a unique perspective on the language or some tidbits to share, why not join our team? The benefits of writing for Rubysource are:
- Exposure: Currently, Rubysource.com is a SitePoint Network site, offering 2.5 million unique visitors per month. Rubysource.com ranks #3 on Google for ‘ruby on rails’, only behind wikipedia and rubyonrails.org.
- Compensation: Rubysource offers a competetive fee per article. Why not get paid for your knowledge?
- Community: Rubysource often partners with Ruby community Big Hitters, allowing our writers to access new features or get special access to partner offers.
Plus, if we do say so ourselves, we are a fun bunch of folks. So, if you have something to write about any of these topics:
- Comparing Ruby to other languages
- Dissecting a gem or a core language feature
- Community best practices
- Mobile Apps with Ruby
- Deployiong Ruby, Rails, or Sinatra applications
- Just about anything else Ruby
then please contact The Editor and start your journey to Ruby Hero! As a guide, please include some topic ideas, intended audience, or any example code to give us an idea about your post. Oh, and remember, anything you write for us cannot be published elsewhere.
We hope to hear from you soon!