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  1. In Topic: Best/which Books?

    Posted 29 Jun 2014

    I'll put in a +1 for Confident Ruby, Practical Object Oriented Design in Ruby, and Metaprogramming Ruby. Though, personally, I'd stick Metaprogramming in the intermediate camp; it does a nice job of explaining the magic and once you've got a handle on the ruby object model lots of fun things fall into place.

    I'll add a couple:

    Ruby Science

    A good list of code smells, solutions, and principles.

    Rebuilding Rails

    Want to understand Rails "magic"? This book goes through the process of building a rails-like ruby micro-framework focusing on the magic bits. The actual Rails solutions are much more robust than the ones presented in the book, but this will make you familiar with their basic underlying concepts.

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    25 Jan 2011 - 01:31
    Hey 5thwall :)
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