Rails Composer with Rails Tutorials

A project in San Francisco, CA by Daniel Kehoe

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Help us take Rails Composer to the next level and get top Rails tutorials as rewards.
Backers: 152
Average Pledge Per Backer: $56

Funded: $8,505 of $5,000
Dates: Sep 7th -> Oct 7th (30 days)
Project By: Daniel Kehoe
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Latest News

Yes! reached the $8000 stretch goal! 15 hours to go

October 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Just now reached the $8000 stretch goal for the project! And15 hours to go for anyone you know who might want to contribute: Rails Composer Kickstarter CampaignI'm very gratified and grateful for this outpouring of support. Working on an open source... (Read More)

thank you with one day to go!

October 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Thank you so much for your support this month. Behind every successful Kickstarter is a group of dedicated backers and loyal friends who spread the word. We only have a day before the campaign ends. We've passed the original funding goal of $5000 so... (Read More)

Nine Days To Go! First Goal Reached!

September 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Exciting news! The Kickstarter campaign for Rails Composer has reached the $5000 funding goal with 97 backers in 20 days. I'm already working on the improvements to Rails Composer. We've got 9 days to go and I've added a STRETCH GOAL! If the campaign... (Read More)


September 11th - via: kickstarter.com
Three days into the Kickstarter campaign and we're halfway to the funding goal. Kickstarter only releases funds, and backers only get the rewards, if the campaign meets its goal. And momentum slows after the halfway mark. So now would be a good time... (Read More)

You Don't Need to Pick a Reward

September 11th - via: kickstarter.com
I just received this email from Gant, a developer who knows my work: I see you've got a new kickstarter! I'm happy I was able to contribute to your last one. I'm an experienced Ruby dev, and I'd love to help out again. I feel your reward packages... (Read More)


September 8th - via: kickstarter.com
I've launched the campaign. I've timed it for the morning after the Labor Day weekend ends in the U.S. Hoping everyone is in a good mood and relaxed and feeling generous!  I've gotten incredible support from colleagues such as Peter Cooper of Ruby... (Read More)

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