It's great to hear about all this ruby enthusiasm in Belgium. I went to the
FOSDEM meeting there this year and there were some good ruby talks. Maybe
someone could bring along some ruby books like the new Pickaxe and Ruby Way
to sell there next year, as well as any O'Reilly rubies..

-- Richard

Ruben wrote:
> 
>> The only Ruby book that I could find here in Belgium was the French
>> translation of "Ruby in a Nutshell" (in the FNAC of Li?ge)...  Very
>> sad.  Ruby definitely deserves more popularity.
> 
> I've seen a Ruby book here in the FNAC in Leuven too (an English one),
> can't remember which one it was, though. But normally, when i need a
> programming book, i order it from www.amazon.co.uk. I prefer English
> books for programming (instead of translations), and they tend to be
> cheaper at Amazon, certainly if you make sure you can order several
> things at once to lower the "per-piece-shipping-cost".
> 
> But i bought my copy of "Programming Ruby" somewhere in a bookshop in
> Berlin, when i was there at a conference. I had heard/read about Ruby
> before, and i wanted to know more about it, and that book seemed
> pretty good. (and turned out to actually be really good!)
> 
> Ruben