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Having trouble getting started with Rails? Need a little extra help with that latest Rails feature? Find yourself a mentor here and meet up with them virtually or physically.
Then use what you've learned to help others.
Mentoring someone is extremely rewarding, and we only ask for a few hours of your time. If you know one of the topics well enough that you could teach it to someone else, get involved today.
Evan Light - United States (Ocean Pines, Maryland)
My name is Evan Light. I’m a freelance software developer with 15 years of experience designing, implementing, and maintaining commercial and enterprise applications for telecoms, government, and web startups. I have been a frequent speaker and attendee at technical conferences, particularly those focused on the Ruby programming language, have published a few magazine articles on developing with Ruby, and founded and organize the annual Ruby DCamp unconference.
I am located just outside Ocean City, MD where I work primarily from my home office and am kept company by a wife, four cats, and entirely too much computer hardware.
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