Amen to that.
This advice is true for most techs and languages but Rails has a huge community and docs/tutorial all over the place, it's really easy to get into it by starting a project and using trial and error to learn.
I'll add another thing: use a linter. It's a very good way to enforce best practices, I recommend using Rubocop. Again, that's general advice for a lot of techs/languages but Ruby gets really interesting when done "the Ruby way".
Thanks for the advise 👍 I know it's super awesome that there is so much material avalible! it's almost crazy, which is awesome but kinda makes me don't know what end to start at 😋
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