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  • Amazon.com: Ruby Programming - Lists books for sale on the topic of the Ruby programming language. Includes descriptions of individual books, reviews and purchase information.
  • Learn to Program - Engaging beginner introduction to programming, via Ruby. Online version has live code samples, running input and output as a constant quality check; in English, Fran├žais, Nihongo. Treats one concept at a time.
  • Making Use of Ruby - By Suresh Mahadevan; John Wiley & Sons, 2002, ISBN 047121972X. Hands-on full introduction, how to save much time, many real-world examples, how to move beyond examples to specific tasks, end-of-chapter reviews, exercises.
  • Ruby In A Nutshell - By Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto; O'Reilly & Associates, 2001, ISBN 0596002149. By programmer, and Ruby creator; concise broad reference guide assumes reader knows programming. [O'Reilly & Associates].
  • Sams Teach Yourself Ruby in 21 Days - By Mark Slagell. Book price comparing various online bookstores.
Top  > Computers  > Programming  > Languages  > Ruby  > Conferences 
Top  > Computers  > Programming  > Languages  > Ruby  > Java 
  • JRuby.net - Support for JRuby: improvement, training, experts. AANDTech, Inc.
Top  > Computers  > Programming  > Languages  > Ruby  > Software 
  • Atelier in the Blue Sky - Text preprocessor, aftercommit, CD player, extension library for zlib, patches.
  • Funaba.org: Ruby - Applications: cal, dvipc, gtkcal, luna, nqt, rar, prof, stared, tkcal, tr-list, wc, Just another Ruby hacker; Libraries: calendar, date2, delay/force, once, smf. By Tadayoshi Funaba.
  • Radiuslib - Full RADIUS protocol and utility library, protocol conforms to RFCs 2865, 2866; utilities are useful for many common system administration tasks. Description, documents, downloads, contact. [Open Source, GPL].
  • Ruby - Many useful, interesting applications, libraries: scripts, patches, extension modules, documents. English, Nihongo.
  • Ruby/Gtk Example: Tic-Tac-Toe - Short introduction to Ruby/Gtk by example. Shows how to inherit Gtk+ elements and the use of a recursive MiniMax tree search.
  • Ruby/Password - Set of methods to create, verify, and manipulate passwords. Has interface to CrackLib library commonly used to check password strength. Intended use: system administrators who need programs to prompt for, generate, verify, and encrypt passwords.
  • Zakki-Cho - Software and several translated articles on programming and running Ruby on Windows. "Zakki-Cho" = "Notebook" in Japanese.
Top  > Computers  > Programming  > Languages  > Ruby  > Software  > Network 
  • ICQ Lite History Browser - Uses Ruby, FXRuby and REXML to implement a slim browser for ICQ Lite's history files.
  • Modruby.net - Embeds a Ruby interpreter into the Apache webserver, to let Ruby CGI scripts execute natively, so scripts start up and run far faster.
  • Oxyliquit Nitro Q&A - Question and answer (Q&A) system for: Nitro multiparadigm Web application development engine, and ObjectGraph (Og) object-relational mapping library.
  • Rice - Ruby ICE, Information and Content Exchange. Implements ICE syndicator that publishes time stamps, ICE subscriber that consumes time stamps. Description, documents, downloads.
  • Ruby/DICT - RFC 2229 compliant client-side library implementation of DICT protocol, written in Ruby; can be used to write clients that access dictionary definitions from set of natural language dictionary databases.
  • Ruby-Radius - CVS interface, no Webpage; The RADIUS Ruby module gives an RFC 2138/2139-compliant interface to RADIUS using Ruby. API is based somewhat on Net::Radius module for Perl, but with some changes made to use Ruby features (such as iterators).
  • Ruby/SMB - Brings Samba to Ruby: a C library gluing Samba libsmb client library to Ruby dynamic high-level language; a tool making it easy to work with OS network resources, without considering low-level issues: buffers, pointers, buffer pointers. [Open Source, GPL].
  • RWiki - Wiki on Ruby, written in Ruby, with separate and intermixed English and Japanese pages. Pages can be edited in either language. Japanese is displayed with EUC encoded Japanese Kanji characters.
  • ZenWeb - System to build full Websites, not only pages. Allows focusing on content and structure of site, while leaving page construction, markup, layout, navigation as secondary concerns.
Top  > Computers  > Programming  > Languages  > Ruby  > Software  > Rails 
  • Ruby on Rails - RoR home; full stack, Web application framework optimized for sustainable programming productivity, allows writing sound code by favoring convention over configuration. Videos, presentations, books, tutorials, samples, community, downloads. [Open Source, MIT license].
  • Hotscripts.com :: Ruby on Rails - Links to Ruby on Rails scripts, applications, tutorials, books, and websites. [Hotscripts].
  • Pragmatic Studio - Courses: RoR, Advanced Rails, Production Rails, Ajax. Highly qualified instructors.
  • Project RIDE-ME - Rails IDE - Minus Eclipse: Windows-based development environment for streamlined RoR work, for developers migrating from Microsoft development platforms; has familiar Visual Studio look. Open source.
  • Rails Forum - Help and support for Ruby on Rails programmers; from beginners to seasoned veterans.
  • Ruby for Rails: Ruby Techniques for Rails Developers - By David A. Black; Manning Publications, 2006, ISBN 1932394699. Shows what one is doing when writing Rails Web applications, and how Ruby methods expand limits of what can be done in Rails.
  • Ruby on Rails Training Course UK - Learn to develop commercial Web applications, and about language and framework, using practical hands-on exercises throughout. Public courses in London, custom on-site courses at offices.
Top  > Computers  > Programming  > Languages  > Ruby  > Software  > Rails  > Conferences 
  • RailsConf 2006 - Annual RoR conference and workshops. The 1st US conference is 22-25 June 2006, Chicago, Illinois, USA. (June 22, 2006).
Top  > Computers  > Programming  > Languages  > Ruby  > Tutorials 
  • Ruby Documentation Project - Links and downloads for Ruby programming documentation.
  • Ruby User's Guide - Original Japanese version by matz. First English translation by GOTO Kentaro and Julian Fondren. Further translation and editing by Mark Slagell.
  • RubyCocoa Resources - Documentation and examples, as digital books, for RubyCocoa, a bridge between Ruby and Objective-C, a way to make desktop programs with Ruby.
  • Thirty-seven Reasons I Love Ruby - By Hal Fulton.


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