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Nov 12, 2012, 19:30 #1
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Rails 3 Publications With Balance Between Proficiency With Rails 3 and Ruby 1.9
I have spent about a week reading through the book Beginning Ruby: From Novice to Professional and have learned a lot about ruby. Coming from OOP background already it really hasen't been to difficult to learn the basics. However, I'm feeling a little uninspired to finish the rest of the book. The reason being that most of it seems to focus on learning ruby outside the context of rails. Does anyone have suggestions on a good book to read next that focus on learning ruby within the context of rails 3?
I will say for the record that I think Beginning Ruby: From Novice to Professional was excellent for learning the basics of the language. However, now that I feel confident in reading and writing basic ruby programs would like to focus on rails – not tutorials for small little programs outside the context of rails.The only code I hate more than my own is everyone else's.