Rails 2.0 Book?

Is there a new RWDWR in the works?

(I suppose that if the reply is ‘yes’ then sales of the current edition
will plummet as we all wait for the version >= 2.0 edition)


Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act
rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those
because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence,
then, is not an act, but a habit.
– Aristotle

I don’t know about AWDWR, but Obie F.'s recently published
Rails Way covers 2.0. It’s a fantastic book, it’ll surely become the
Rails book in no time.

Pat

Pat M. said the following on 26/12/07 11:38 AM:

I don’t know about AWDWR, but Obie F.'s recently published
Rails Way covers 2.0. It’s a fantastic book, it’ll surely become the
Rails book in no time.

I have that on order from Amazon; only its bundled with a couple of
others awaiting publication :frowning:

No Rails books for Christmas for me ;-(


I agree with Bejtlich on this particular subject
Do you want a defensible network or not?
- Martin Roesch, developer of Snort and founder of Sourcefire,
referencing The Tao of Network Security Monitoring
in the #snort IRC channel on 26 January 2005

I have the Fernandez book in hand - Amazon has been shipping them for
some time.

I love it, but I do not think it replaces AWDWR. I hope for the sake
of Rails momentum that AWDWR is updated to 2.0.

Paul Davis

I have the Fernandez book in hand - Amazon has been shipping them for
some time.

I love it, but I do not think it replaces AWDWR. I hope for the sake
of Rails momentum that AWDWR is updated to 2.0.

Paul Davis

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