In November 2011, I took a Ruby on Rails Pragmatic Studio class taught by Jim Weirich and Dave Thomas where I learned just how different things could be when you’ve been a Microsoft guy all of your career. While I will continue to use .Net and other Microsoft products on a regular basis, I feel that Ruby and Rails seem to be a near perfect fit for the projects I work on everyday.
The community around Ruby is phenomenal and this will be my little piece to add. This site will be a collection of Ruby, Rails and refactorings with a focus on refactoring code that could be improved or changed based on the Code Climate score. I’m a firm believer in that you have to track something to make it better and I feel this is the most open way to do just that while improving my own skills and hopefully helping others do the same.