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Mr. Neighborlys Humble Little Ruby Book ❮BOOKS❯ ⚣ Mr. Neighborlys Humble Little Ruby Book Author Jeremy McAnally – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk An up to date book on Ruby programming written in a style described as a beautiful display of pragmatically chunky bacon wrapped in a nutshell Or something like thatMr Neighborly's Humble Little Ruby Humble Little PDF ✓ An up to date book on Ruby programming written in a style described as a beautiful display of pragmatically chunky bacon wrapped in a nutshell Or something like thatMr Neighborly's Humble Little Ruby Book covers the Ruby language from the very basics of using puts to put naughty phrases on the screen all the way to serving up your favorite web page from WEBrick or connecting to Mr. Neighborlys Epub / your favorite web service Written in a conversational narrative rather than like a dry reference book Mr Neighborly's Humble Little Ruby Book is an easy to read easy to follow guide to all things Ruby.


5 thoughts on “Mr. Neighborlys Humble Little Ruby Book

  1. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

    Jeremy McAnally Mr Neighborly's Humble Little Ruby Book self published 2006If you've been following my reviews for a while and if you haven't I fully understand it should be obvious that I've been ion a uest for a particular and seemingly mythical beast—a Linux native language that is closely tied to web development and that uses strong typing I have a CNET background and I am afeared of the dynamic typing A few web savvy friends have recommended me a few languages and I'm checking out basic books on all of them I haven't found a the language I'm looking for yet but I'm finding a bunch of ways to do interesting things Ruby is one of them and the book I read was Mr Neighborly's Humble Little Ruby Book Which should not surprise you if you're reading this reviewOn the upside this is a clear concise easy to understand intro to Ruby aimed at getting the novice up and running as uickly as possible On the downside you will either find McAnally's narrative voice endearing or grating Given that I listed this as a downside you can tell where I fall though it should be noted that even talking about narrative voice when reviewing a programming book is a big plus Proofreading could have also been better a lot better Final analysis useful certainly but you may find it annoying


  2. Caroline Millgårdh Caroline Millgårdh says:

    Funniest programming book I've ever read A great introduction to Ruby Chapters 0 3 plus 6 are the best


  3. Adrian Spinei Adrian Spinei says:

    Great introductory Ruby book Also uite fun Highly recommended


  4. Harri Kauhanen Harri Kauhanen says:

    Of the Ruby books this is one of the better ones Reason 1 well written Reason 2 it's so thin compared to most of the bricks about the subject


  5. José José says:

    Really easy to understand and easy to follow due to the jokes the writer keeps on introducing throughout the book


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