Which Framework will improve my Ruby Skills?

hi i m just curious to know will framework will improve my Ruby Skills
Rails
Sinatra
Padrino

or any other.

On 2 September 2012 09:17, ACK [email protected] wrote:

hi i m just curious to know will framework will improve my Ruby Skills
Rails
Sinatra
Padrino

The best way to improve your Ruby skills is to use Ruby. It makes
little difference what you do with it, just do something.

Try them all then you will not only improve your Ruby skills but learn
about all the frameworks at the same time.

Colin

sure, any book to improve ruby skills

can you tell me which rubygems will improve my ruby skills

thats the best advice i have ever got => Thanks

On Sun, Sep 2, 2012 at 7:27 PM, Peter H. <

Programming in Ruby will improve your Ruby skills.

Work on non trivial projects that involve things that you have not
done before and see them through to completion. This way you will gain
experience and hone your skills. Reflect upon the quality of your
work. Criticise your own work. Find your own mistakes and learn from
them.

There is no shortcut.

Having said that just sticking to what you know and not venturing
beyond your comfort zone will result in little growth despite how much
effort you put in to it.

There is this website that allows you to solve problems with programming
languages ( http://www.codechef.com/ ) , one suggestion is to pick
a challenge and use ruby to solve it.

What I actually find most important is being able to do a well worded
google search (I sometimes wonder if there should be a qualification for
that in itself lol?). The Ruby and the Rails forums are very friendly
and
helpful.

I usually start a google search with Ruby or Rails and the version
number,
followed by a question that tries to avoid using common phrases.

Finding a past thread relating to something you are trying to achieve
can
very often lead to an excellent discussion with different approaches to
doing things. I nearly always find someone has written something worth
reading.

How you go about learning, also depends on your main goal. Is it to get
an
app up and running, or is it to become more proficient as a programmer
(I
am guessing probably some of both)

Occasionally digging into some existing code can highlight areas where
you
may want to improve your understanding. Particularly when thinking
about
how to structure a program.

If you want to learn Ruby, then any Ruby based framework is likely to
help,
although I only have experience of Rails. What I do think is that Rails
opinionated approach can help you to formulate some good approaches to
your
own development.

Using a framework is a great way to build an app, but may not be the
best
way to get to understand how to develop in an object orientated way.
For
this, following the tutorial in the Ruby Book, is a start. What I found
great fun and very challenging was developing a small app using GTK2 and
Ruby. With GTK you can build a small window based app, although getting
your head around the API can be a bit challenging. But starting
something
from scratch is useful to get to understand how to structure your
folders,
where to put your code and how to define and build objects etc.

Just my thoughts!

thanks

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