From: anne001 [mailto:email@example.com]
#established earning good salaries who have therefore gotten religion.
#Or the others did not say anything.
me think that you are honest. that is only what matters to me.
#Here is my problem with the pickaxe, as posted recently on a pickaxe
#"I have no use for databases,
me love databases. it is the gist/source of all my programming work. it
is also where i earn a leaving.
#and the whole book uses one single database example, it
then you are lucky in that it uses only one.
#seems – I am allergic to the word “song”, it shows up too many time
#in that book, every
#other word it seems – "
Dave et all are good writers. And what they write reflects also on what
they also love to do. I presume they love music. And they are pragmatic.
Unfortunately, you do not love music i think. That is fine. some people
are different. But that does not make the book bad.
#and I had one person in agreement.
#If I can learn ruby in another book, it sounds like the pickaxe will be
#good as reference. So all is not lost.
#I have had no access to the ruby way, so I can’t say. It is not clear
You might like it since it has a different tone (compared w the
pickaxe). Maybe Hal can help you further.
#from this list if the files could be compromised. In any case I would
#want to wait for this summer when the ruby way second edition is
#Bummer for the Sam’s teach yourself ruby not beeing updated.
Slagell’s teach yourself is a great book. It’s the book we use in the
family. I have kids that i want to excel in ruby and i use that book.
btw, It is not easy to write a (good) book. And there is no perfect book
either. You might try writing one sometime…
kind regards -botp