All about Ruby on Rails

Hello all

              i am very very interested on Ruby on Rails

technology presently i am working as SEO and Web analytic and now i
want to learn all about Ruby on Rails so please help me for it

             i am very very interested on Ruby on Rails

technology presently i am working as SEO and Web analytic and now i
want to learn all about Ruby on Rails so please help me for it

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Good luck,

Andy

what do you mean by “want to learn all about Ruby on Rails”?

You can read all about it - just google.

Otherwise, if you’re wanting to know about it, then start picking up a
few books or something.

http://guides.rubyonrails.org/

Funny you clearly had to google to find this user group and went to
the effort of asking the question. I wonder what an SEO is? Anyway I
started out by watching the screencast on rubyonrails.org to get me
“excited” than I went and read
http://www.humblelittlerubybook.com/book/html/
to learn how to code in ruby. And after that I went through the first
guide on guides.rubyonrails.org. After than I thought I liked the
smell of them apples so I bought the book
http://pragprog.com/titles/rails3/agile-web-development-with-rails-third-edition
. And since I’ve been building my rails apps for real life ™.

I was lucky enough to have a brother who’s very experienced in RoR
development so he was able to guide me down that path.

Before everything, you need to get into ruby. And without Ruby, Ruby on
rails
would like a puzzle.

Get a book on Ruby first, you can get in amazon, used books very cheap.

On 15 April 2010 12:56, voidstar [email protected] wrote:

I was lucky enough to have a brother who’s very experienced in RoR
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