[The Ruby Way [BOOK] Free Download eBook by Hal Fulton



10 thoughts on “The Ruby Way

  1. says:

    A mediocre outdated verbose book about the Ruby programming language In 900 pages this book covers anything any ev

  2. says:

    I was expecting to get laid So I decided to clean my room Under all the filth I found something An artefact from times long gone This book I started it at least two years ago and never finished it ‘I can’t leave it that way I will read it right away’ And now I’ve done it Yay The moral of this Do not read this book if you want to get laid

  3. says:

    Bar none the most essential book on the established Rubyist's bookshelf

  4. says:

    Probably one of the most well known books among rubyists The Ruby Way by Hal Fulton with André Arko has now been updated and released in its third edition The first part of the book is dedicated to the language itself and covers syntax semantics some comparison to other languages and specific issues like garbage collection that developers are well served to know when writing rubyThe majority of the book is d

  5. says:

    Not a particularly useful reference or tutorial Fulton concentrates on canned recipes for solving specific problems; really all you can do is

  6. says:

    This one was lengthy It was worthy though It covers at least at a mention level pretty much every area of the programming language A minus for me was that the edition I read was not up to date with some topics that are uite interesting current Ruby version as of today is 24 where the book mentions pre 20 versions and major versions in Ruby

  7. says:

    While this is packed to the brim with sage advice it could use some reorgThat being said it is a cookbook style book which I don't normally enjoy so much as I appreciate as uick referenceWish I had as ebook

  8. says:

    Good nuts and bolts view of Ruby a programming language with lots of examples Good for Ruby programmers looking to become advanced Ruby programmers

  9. says:

    Ruby is a great language but finding a good Ruby book is tricky Hopefully this is the one that will make it all make sense

  10. says:

    A great if not slightly out of date guide to writing idiomatic rubyI enjoyed the author's conversational style

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DOWNLOAD ☆ LONDONWINCHESTERHOTEL.CO.UK Á Hal Fulton

Using real well written code examples this book provides solutions to specific tasks that one needs while honing Ruby. A mediocre outdated verbose book about the Ruby programming language In 900 pages this book covers anything any everything Ruby related going into often excrutiating detail about even the most arcane Ruby libraries The code samples in this book are pretty bad examples of idiomatic clean Ruby code For example he has a consistent habit of using rescue clauses with no exception names a terrible practice which commonly leads to false positives Even syntax errors will be ignored The explanations are pretty bad too This book even confused me about concepts I d already understood This book may work as an okay cookbook but you d be better off just reading the Ruby Cookbook It can also be used to discover some libraries you may have never heard of But by all means do NOT try to read this all the way through or God forbid use it to actually learn Ruby

SUMMARY The Ruby Way

The Ruby Way

Only explain the newest features of Ruby but also to show how people use Ruby today including coverage of Ruby on Rai. While this is packed to the brim with sage advice it could use some reorgThat being said it is a cookbook style book which I don t normally enjoy so much as I appreciate as uick referenceWish I had as ebook

DOWNLOAD ☆ LONDONWINCHESTERHOTEL.CO.UK Á Hal Fulton

Programming skills This practical how to handbook written by experienced programmer Hal Fulton has been updated to not. Not a particularly useful reference or tutorial Fulton concentrates on canned recipes for solving specific problems really all you can do is try to generalize from these approaches His choices of problems to solve seem rather uestionable finding Easter for instance and he doesn t spend much time talking about best practices in Ruby so it s ultimately just a bunch of scripts that won t be relevant to most people