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* Kyle Schmitt, 22.03.2007 16:56:
> And don't ask people to participate in theft like that.

I'd suggest not to use the term "theft" in this context because for
example in Germany to commit a theft ("Diebstahl") you need to take
away something physical (and movable) from someone else. This does
not mean that in Germany it is no crime to download the book but only
means that downloading it is a different kind of crime. I'd suggest
simply writing it "unethical and illegal acts like that".

Besides this I would suggest printed works because the have an
indisputable advantage compared to PDFs: You can read them without
displaying them on a computer. This means

a) You can read them where using a computer (not even a laptop) is
   not a good idea.
b) You can have the book on your desktop and not covering valuable
   room on you screen.

Suggestions for books:

 - "Programming Ruby" von Dave Thomas et al.

 - "Ruby Cookbook" by Carlson & Richardson

If you are into Rails perhaps also

 - "Agile Web Development with Rails" by Hansson

Josef 'Jupp' Schugt
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