[Novalug] Ruby on Rails?
alan at patriot.net
Sat Jan 13 11:06:23 EST 2007
On Sat, Jan 13, 2007 at 10:25:44AM -0500, Garrett Nievin wrote:
> I'm starting into Ruby and Rails, and much of the reading on it is just
> as fluffy.
> O'Reilly's "Ruby on Rails: Up and Running" book is even thinner that it
> appears. I'm working through it, and can't recommend it.
The version of Ruby that I have, from Debian IIRC(it's been a while)
has a complete book, htmled, as the documentation. It is called
"Programming Ruby: The Pragmatic Programmer's Guide". IMHO this
book is _excellent_. Take a look at:
(I don't want to get into a war here<g>; I posted recently on the
great Cooper book on bash scripting, and I own two Perl books as
well as of course K&R and Harbison&Steele; I even own Tcl/Tk for
Alan McConnell : http://patriot.net/users/alan
"He lies. He spies. He wants us to ignore
His war . . ." Impeach him!
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