Two announcements, so I'll split this post into two pieces: MR. NEIGHBORLY'S RUBY AND RAILS NOW IN BETA ========================================= My Ruby on Rails book is now in beta. You can roll on over to the website for more information and pricing: http://www.rubyonrailsbook.com/ Here's a rundown: Beta eBook is available now, print hopefully in July sometime. The eBook will be $9 and the print will be $14. NEW RAILS MAGAZINE ================== I'd also like to announce the first and at this time only (that I'm aware of =X) Ruby on Rails magazine. HABTM :MAG aims to be a practical, quarterly-published resource for Rails developers. We're actively searching for contributors, so if you're looking to spread some Rails love, bounce over to the website and propose an article. We've got about 40+ pages to fill, so don't be shy! :) Visit us at http://www.habtmmag.com Have a great day.
on 2006-06-03 23:58
on 2006-06-04 08:28
Hi Jeremy. Maybe I overlooked it, but is there a summary of your book on the web site? Congratulations for the first chapter!
on 2006-06-04 15:57
Half way through that first free chapter. It's pretty good. I would at least recommend it to a new Ruby programmer. Simple and to the point. It really covers the basics of Ruby that you absolutely need to know about Ruby before doing real stuff on Rails. Needs a lot of work in the presentation before publishing to a tree form tough. Think the presentation and layout was one of the biggest strenght of the Agile book. Would love a summary on what's going to be in the whole book though. TOC would be nice. And I'm definitely getting that magazine. Can't I write something for it and get a free copy in exchange? ;) On 6/3/06, Jeremy McAnally <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > Have a great day. > _______________________________________________ > Rails mailing list > email@example.com > http://lists.rubyonrails.org/mailman/listinfo/rails > --