One thing has always bothered me as a Ruby developer - Python developers have a
great programming style reference
(PEP-8) and we never got an official
guide, documenting Ruby coding style and best practices. And I do believe that
style matters. I also believe that a great hacker community, such as Ruby has,
should be quite capable of producing this coveted document.
This guide started its life as our internal company Ruby coding guidelines (written by yours truly). At some point I decided that the work I was doing might be interesting to members of the Ruby community in general and that the world had little need for another internal company guideline. But the world could certainly benefit from a community-driven and community-sanctioned set of practices, idioms and style prescriptions for Ruby programming.
Since the inception of the guide I've received a lot of feedback from members of the exceptional Ruby community around the world. Thanks for all the suggestions and the support! Together we can make a resource beneficial to each and every Ruby developer out there.
By the way, if you're into Rails you might want to check out the complementary Ruby on Rails Style Guide.
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