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- Q. I'm having trouble with my Ruby code. Can I send it to you for review?
- A. Getting individual feedback on your code can be extremely helpful and, oftentimes, necessary to complete a project. Unfortunately, due to a heavy workload, we may not be able to respond as quickly as would be helpful. Peer review, however, is a good alternative.
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- Q. I'm interested in _____ aspect of Ruby, but your site doesn't cover it. Can I suggest ideas for new content?
- A. If you think there's a gap in our coverage, please feel free to send us an (polite) email with suggestions and we'll consider adding articles/tutorials to fit your needs.
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