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Ruby Books

This section contains free e-books and guides on Ruby, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

Ruby Programming by Wikibooks.org

This book is currently broken down into several sections and is intended to be read sequentially. Topics covered includes: Notation conventions, Basic Ruby, Ruby Semantic reference, Built in Classes, Standard Library.

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Ruby Programming

Ruby is an object-oriented scripting language developed by Yukihiro Matsumoto. Topics covered includes: Installing Ruby, Ruby editors, Notation conventions, Interactive Ruby, Data types, Writing methods, Classes and objects, Exceptions, Syntax - Lexicology, Variables and Constants, Control Structures, Classes, Built-In Functions, Predefined Variables, Predefined Classes, Objects , Array, Class, Comparable, Encoding, Enumerable.

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Ruby on Rails Tutorial

This book is the only Rails book that does test-driven development the entire time, an approach highly recommended by the experts but which has never been so clearly demonstrated before. Finally, by including Git, GitHub, and Heroku in the demo examples, the author really gives you a feel for what itís like to do a real-world project. The tutorialís code examples are not in isolation.

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Cookin' with Ruby on Rails Designing for Testability

This tutorial is intended for use with Rails 1.2.6.It has not yet been updated to support Rails 2.x.

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Ruby and Software Development Lecture Notes

Covered topics are: Data Abstraction ,Understanding Inheritance, Introductory Ruby, Natural number ADT in Ruby, Background on design patterns, Inverted index program in Ruby, Simple expression recognizer in Ruby, Using Procs and lambdas, Classes and Objects, Domain Modeling.

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Programming Ruby The Pragmatic Programmers Guide (Dave Thomas) Mirror

This book is a tutorial and reference for the Ruby programming language. Topics covered includes: Classes, Objects, and Variables, Containers, Blocks, and Iterators, Standard Types , Methods, Expressions, Exceptions, Catch, and Throw, Modules, Basic Input and Output, Threads and Processes, When Trouble Strikes, Ruby and Its World, Ruby and the Web, Ruby Tk, Ruby and Microsoft Windows, Extending Ruby, The Ruby Language, Classes and Objects, Locking Ruby in the Safe, Reflection, ObjectSpace, and Distributed Ruby, Built-in Classes and Methods, Standard Library, Object-Oriented Design Libraries, Network and Web Libraries, Microsoft Windows Support, Embedded Documentation and Interactive Ruby Shell.

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A Little Ruby, A Lot of Objects (Brian Marick)

The goal of this book is to teach you a way to think about computation, to show you how far you can take a simple idea: that all computation consists of sending messages to objects. Prerequisites is reader will know at least one programming language, not necessarily.

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Learn to Program in Ruby (Chris Pine)

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Ruby Quiz

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Mr. Neighborly's Humble Little Ruby Book

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Why's Guide to Ruby

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Programming Ruby

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Ruby in Twenty Minutes

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