Niko Schwarz <niko.schwarz / gmx.net> writes:

> > Dave (sighing as he watches sales of the book plummet)
> 
> i once had a java book, a horrible one, it didnt really explain
> words like "subclassing", it just assumed an intelligent reader
> would know what that means, and the idea of object orientation was
> explained in three lines there.  well: all my classmates know bout
> this book, cos i coursed so much about it, but where does your book
> get its publicity from? you read it, do some exercises, laugh once
> loudly and youre a programmer, and the time is just too short to
> tell your friends; instead you tell them that *ruby* is a great
> language.

Niko:

But Programming Ruby _is_ a really bad Java book. Does that help?

Thanks for the kind words.


Dave