I prefer to learn by repetition and I was wondering if there are any
Ruby exercise and answer orientated sites with lots of exercises,
starting with simple and progressing to harder.
This is what I’ve found so far:
http://blogs.pragprog.com/cgi-bin/pragdave.cgi/Practices/Kata (This site
sums up exactly my thinking on learning, but looking at the problems
that don’t start easy. Something for later, after I learn to program
with any skill, because at the moment I can only call myself a dabbler
who’s trying to improve).
http://projecteuler.net/index.php?section=view (maths orientated with a
programming problems section, the first one looked doable for me, but
not a Ruby exclusive site).
http://rubyquiz.com/ (Most too hard for me - I need super simple to
Books I am aware of are:
Ruby Cookbook (too advanced mostly)
Best of Ruby Q. (book form of http://rubyquiz.com/ listed above)
There are plenty of tutorial books running the beginner through Ruby,
some even have exercises, but usually only a couple at the end of each
chapter, if any. I’m after a source of hundreds of problems so I can
learn by repeatedly doing.
If you know of any sites or books close to what I’m after, and minus
what I’ve already listed, please post them.