I know what you're saying:
What's in it for me?
Why would I want a weblog?
Allow me to defer to Geoffrey Grosenbach, who writes:
An interview at RubyInside recently suggested that Rails developers who want to be hired should maintain a Rails-related blog.
I'll add to this and say that every beginning Rails developer should write their own blog software. It's a great learning experience and you can try things that aren't possible with just an app running on localhost. It's also a great environment for learning without the pressure of a mission-critical app.
And now you made me my personal blog, thank you my dear. I'm just curious if your reasoning was meant to stop me from writing programing non-related comments :P
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