pat eyler wrote:
> On 12/18/06, Richard Conroy <richard.conroy / gmail.com> wrote:
>> Taking a break from Holiday shopping I found that my local bookstore
>> had this in stock.
>> http://www.amazon.com/Cookbook-Cookbooks-OReilly-Lucas-Carlson/dp/0596523696/sr=8-1/qid=1166436153/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/102-7539125-4031313?ie=UTF8&s=books 
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>> I rather liked its examples based approach, which very much suits the
>> way I learn. What do others think of it? Is there a book like it that
>> is better than it?
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> The Ruby Cookbook s a good book.  I'm a fan of The Ruby Way (2nd Ed),
> It'd be hard to go wrong with either of them though.
I just finished a first reading of The Ruby Way (2nd Ed). I really liked 
how it showed what is special about Ruby.
I recommend it!

Regards,

Julien
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>> I already have the pickaxe book, Ruby for Rails and Rails Recipes, and
>> I am waiting for the AWDWR 2nd Ed.
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