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On Tue, Nov 29, 2005 at 10:17:28AM +0900, tony wrote:
> Let's say that a person is a very good ruby programmer but so far hasn't 
> shown any interest for the web. And let's say that now he wants to start 
> programming with rails. How much of ruby "is in" programming with 
> "rails" and how much is overhead? What I mean is... if one's intention 
> is to develop in rails, does he really need to study deeply ruby, or 
> would be better to get a general overview of ruby and spend all the time 
> learning ruby on rails? I know I am confused :-)

Just start, and whenever you don't understand something, go learn
about it.  This is the optimal way to learn exactly what you need to
know.  Trying "learn rails" first is crazy.  Just start building
something.

regards,
Ed

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