On 3/28/06, John N. Alegre <info / johnalegre.net> wrote:
> Lionel Thiry wrote:
>
> > Nick Pestell a ˝─rit :
> >> Hi All,
> >>
> >> I'm very excited to have found Ruby after a friend recommended it for me
> >> to get back into programming. My last experience was with Pascal and
> >> gwbasic 15 years ago! I've bought the Pickaxe v2 and started from the
> >> beginning only to find myself getting a bit lost. I'm sure the author is
> >> assuming basic experience with OOP. I've also looked at the Ruby focused
> >> 'learn to program' guide at pine.fm, but was not satisifed with it in
> >> terms of depth and clarity. I was wondering if anyone could recommend a
> >> web resource or book that provides a good introduction to OOP (pref. with
> >> Ruby) that they thought was logically written and provided enough of a
> >> basis to get onto the pickaxe.
> >>
> >> Any help is much appreciated.
> >>
> Did this ever get past Chapter 3.  I always thought the first three chapters
> where some of the best Ruby stuff I have ever found.  Too bad there is not
> more, or is there???
>

Yep, it got published:
http://pragmaticprogrammer.com/titles/fr_ltp/index.html