Copyright (C) 2005 by Steve Litt
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- Ruby Basic
Tutorial: Learn Ruby's
basic syntax. Armed with this knowledge, you can make some pretty
- Ruby the
Right Way: The Ruby community has worked long and hard to give you
a language that's easy, robust and readable. Writing Ruby with a C or
Perl accent gives you only half the power. This document tells you how
to use Ruby full blast.
- The Ruby_Newbie
Guide to Symbols: Overwhelmingly, Ruby conforms to Eric Raymond's
Rule of Least Surprise. However, the concept of Ruby Symbols recently
precipitated a rather lively 29 participant, 97 post (and counting)
thread on the email@example.com mailing list, complete with
disagreements and killfile pronouncements. Perhaps some documentation
is called for :-)
Database Connectivity: How to connect Ruby to databases.
- Ruby on
Rails: Many tout Rails as the most productive web development
framework in existance. Learn about it here.
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