Ruby for Rails now published in paper!


#1

Hi –

I’m on the road, so I haven’t laid eyes on it yet – but word on the
virtual street is that “Ruby for Rails: Ruby techniques for Rails
developers” is now out in paper.

It will probably take a little longer to trickle to your neighborhood
Barnes and Noble… but you can order it now from the publisher. See
http://www.manning.com/black. And trickle it will, too.

If you want to talk about “Ruby for Rails” you can reach me at (among
other places) the Author Online forum at Manning; there’s a link on
the book’s page.

Happy Ruby-for-Railsing!

David


#2

Congratulations David.

I have the PDF version and I have found it very useful. Thanx so much
for
writing it!


#3

I recieved my paper version two days ago. Thanks for the great work.


#4

On 5/11/06, removed_email_address@domain.invalid removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Hi –

I’m on the road, so I haven’t laid eyes on it yet – but word on the
virtual street is that “Ruby for Rails: Ruby techniques for Rails
developers” is now out in paper.

Yup. I got mine a day or two ago – just started reading it.

At first I thought it was nice to have the pdf instantly when I placed
the order, but after reading a bit of it, I ended up waiting for the
real paper version. Didn’t want to spoil that experience of getting a
brand new book and starting it from the beginning. :slight_smile:


#5

On Thu, 2006-05-11 at 15:58 +0900, removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Hi –

I’m on the road, so I haven’t laid eyes on it yet – but word on the
virtual street is that “Ruby for Rails: Ruby techniques for Rails
developers” is now out in paper.

It will probably take a little longer to trickle to your neighborhood
Barnes and Noble… but you can order it now from the publisher. See
http://www.manning.com/black. And trickle it will, too.

I’ve got the paper version, great stuff. It’s already helped me clarify
some things; the section that traces through the inherit/include
hierarchy was quite helpful.

Yours,

Tom