20+ Rubyists to Follow on Google+

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What’s Google+ ?

Google+, pronounced “Google plus” is a new social network from Google. The service, which is initially available to a select group of Google users who will soon be able to invite others, will let people share and discuss status updates, photos and links, much as they do on Facebook.

A list of Rubyists Using Google+

RubyLearning has compiled this list of over 20 Rubyists, in alphabetical order, with a link to their Google+ profile. The following list is not intended to be all-inclusive, but it should give you a great start to following some talented Rubyists.

  1. Aaron Patterson, USA
  2. Abhishek Nalwaya, India
  3. Akshat Paul, India
  4. Aman Gupta, USA
  5. Amr Tamimi, Palestine
  6. Andy Hunt, USA
  7. Alan Skorkin, Australia
  8. Aleksey Gureiev, Ukraine
  9. Allen Wei, China
  10. Agustin Vinao, Argentina
  11. Avdi Grimm, USA
  12. Ben Scofield, USA
  13. Blake Mizerany, USA
  14. Borey Lim, Cambodia
  15. Brian Hogan, USA
  16. Bruce Williams, USA
  17. Dan Mayer, USA
  18. Dave Thomas, USA
  19. David Bock, USA
  20. Dhruva Sagar, India
  21. Dimas Cyriaco, Brazil
  22. Dmytrii Nagirniak, Australia
  23. Dr Nic Williams, Australia
  24. Eliza Brock, USA
  25. Erik Andrejko, USA
  26. Evan Light, USA
  27. Fabio Akita, Brazil
  28. Gautam Rege, India
  29. Govind Naroji, India
  30. Gregg Pollack, USA
  31. Hampton Catlin, USA
  32. Haifeng Cao, Canada
  33. Hasham Malik, Pakistan
  34. Hayri Cicek, Turkey
  35. Ian Dees, USA
  36. Jackielene Camomot, Singapore
  37. James Thompson, South Africa
  38. Jason Ong, Singapore
  39. Javier Cicchelli, Netherlands
  40. jeljer te Wies, Netherlands
  41. Jeweller Tsai, China
  42. Jim Weirich, USA
  43. Joe Fiorini, USA
  44. John Crisostomo, Philippines
  45. John Ford, USA
  46. John Nunemaker, USA
  47. Jose Valim, Brazil
  48. Joseph Ku, Taiwan
  49. Karmen Blake, USA
  50. Krzysztof B. Wicher, Poland
  51. Lance Vaughn, USA
  52. Les Hill, USA
  53. Marlon Andrade, Brazil
  54. Matt Aimonetti, USA
  55. Max G., USA
  56. Michael Bleigh, USA
  57. Michael Kohl, Austria
  58. Michael Raidel, Austria
  59. Milan Dobrota, USA
  60. Mike Hatfield, USA
  61. Miles Forrest, USA
  62. Naum Trifanoff, USA
  63. Neil Smith, UK
  64. Nick Plante, USA
  65. Nithin Bekal, India
  66. Niyazi Ates, Turkey
  67. Noel Rappin, USA
  68. Obie Fernandez, USA
  69. Oto Brglez, Slovenia
  70. Paolo Perrotta, Italy
  71. Paul Barry, USA
  72. Phillip Gawlowski, Germany
  73. Piotr Solnica, Poland
  74. Rajeev Kannav Sharma, India
  75. Ratnadeep Deshmane, India
  76. Ray Rogers, USA
  77. Rick DeNatale, USA
  78. Rida Al Barazi, Canada
  79. Remi Vigan, France
  80. Ryan Bates, USA
  81. Ryan Bigg, Australia
  82. Saager Mhatre, India
  83. Santiago Pastorino, Uruguay
  84. Saroj Maharjan, Nepal
  85. Samnang Chhun, Cambodia
  86. Satish Talim, India
  87. Sau Sheong Chang, Singapore
  88. Steven Haddox, USA
  89. Swanand Pagnis, India
  90. Umit Kayac?k, Turkey
  91. Victor Goff, USA
  92. Yehuda Katz, USA
  93. Yukihiro Matsumoto, Japan
  94. Zaur Amikishiyev, Azerbaijan

Have we missed out any Rubyists?
You can help
. Please feel free to add a link to a Rubyist’s Google+ profile. We would love to hear why you think the particular Rubyist is important to Google+. Also, do add a link to your Google+ profile in the comments.

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