In 2014, when I learnt that Ruby and Rails was being migrated to the IBM i server, I immediately became interested in the subject. Ruby was a language I'd heard a lot about in the press but, at the time, being IBM i centric it didn't seem like something that would ever come to the i world. Enter PowerRuby - working with IBM - they brought us Ruby on IBM i.
I started teaching myself Ruby, and there are a lot of online resources to help you do that, I've listed a few below. Soon after getting the Ruby basics under my belt I then moved on to rails, and again there are a lot of excellent online resources to get you started.
This is where I need some help. I'm currently working on my own hobby projects but I'm also looking for other small Rails projects I can get my teath in to and start building my Rails portfolio.
If you have a small project that you think might fit the bill then
please get in touch.
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