On 21/09/2012, at 10:01 PM, Sebastjan H. wrote:

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> I've just bought the pickaxe 1.9 and I'll start there.

If you are going to learn ruby then you should have a copy of the PickAxe, but the issues I pointed out weren't specifically Ruby issues, more algorithm and object oriented design issues. Unfortunately OOD books tend to be a bit dry. The best way to become better at OOD is to look at good OO code and write lots of code yourself.

Henry