On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 9:26 AM, Vlad G. [email protected]
I have 3 books:
- The Ruby Way: Solutions and Techniques in Ruby P.ming, Second
Edition (2006 ÇÏÄ, ×ÅÒÓÉÑ 1.8…)
I wouldn’t start with this one, plus, it’s rather old now. It’s more
a survey of the available open-source ruby searches four years ago
than in introduction to the language, so much is no longer applicable
to what’s out there today.
- Beginning Ruby: From Novice to Professional, Second Edition (2009
Not familiar with this one, other than seeing the cover in bookstores.
- Programming Ruby 1.9 The Pragmatic Programmers’ Guide (2009 ÇÏÄ, 1.9)
I’d say that is the best place to start, it has a good tutorial
followed by more in-depth discussion and the reference material.
Another good book for beginning/slightly advanced Rubyists is David A.
Black’s The Well Grounded Rubyist.