On 7/17/07, Shai Rosenfeld <shaiguitar / gmail.com> wrote:
> Chad Perrin wrote:
> >"The Pickaxe" is the nickname for "Programming Ruby", because of the
> >pickaxe on the cover.  It's similar to the way many O'Reilly books are
> >called by the name of the animal on the cover, like the "Camelid
> >Trilogy"
> >of Perl books (the Llama, the Alpaca, and the Camel).
>
> ;( nice to know ... i'll check into 'the ruby way'; .. what issues does
> this book cover?
>
> Robert Dober wrote:
> > On 7/17/07, Shai Rosenfeld <shaiguitar / gmail.com> wrote:
> >> guys can offer?
> > Well I somehow took the same path, but what really made me advance
> > <ducking> was this list, which needs some time,
>
> (no doubt)
>
> > it is one of my favorits:
> > http://www.rubyquiz.com/
>
> seems nice ... i'll definately check into this (already rss'ed)
>
> > Than there are incredible blogs around, I just think about James' and
> > Rick's but there are many more.
>
> does anyone have a list of specific addresses for the main best blogs
> around?
>
> > Sometimes reading the source helps too ;)
>
> definitely so
>
>
> ...thing is i was hoping to get some pdf / book / reading material that
> is readable with no computer; i got some spare time offline that i was
> hoping to use to get something printed that i could dig into..
>

_why's repository is at code.whytheluckystiff.net .

Print out a few programs from there. There's no better way to learn
Ruby internals.

eigenclass is a great in-depth ruby blog.


Aur