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Posted by Mon, 27 Mar 2006 23:12:00 GMT

3 comments Latest by Robby Russell Tue, 11 Apr 2006 15:29:10 GMT

Oh my! It seems that Ruby on Rails is getting more and more press…

With Rails getting so much attention, it’s becoming insanely difficult, albeit fun, to keep up with the wave of interest in our Ruby on Rails development services.

I got really excited when I saw this list of Ruby and Rails related books that are coming out this year… including mine. This is excellent news as we move further into 2006.

Andy Budd saw this coming in early December…

“2006 is going to see Ruby on Rails development take off in a big way, with Rails developers never short of work. There will be an increasing number of hosts offering Rails support, as well as a slew of new books on the subject.”

- Andy Budd

...and regardless of the Help Vampires out there… I love this community.

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    Chuck Cheeze Tue, 28 Mar 2006 05:15:42 GMT

    And more and more communities…(even I have a budding one…) :)

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    Rob Sanheim Thu, 30 Mar 2006 20:48:34 GMT

    A ton of the books on my list look really interesting. Yours particularily if it covers things like how ActiveRecord works, walking through the code to handle a request, etc. Amy’s and Hal’s books also look very cool.

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    Robby Russell Tue, 11 Apr 2006 15:29:10 GMT Recommend me on Working with Rails


    Yeah… I’m really excited about all the books coming our way this year.

    My book does go into detail about ActiveRecord and you learn to build models and do stuff with script/console way before you ever touch scaffolding. :-)