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Antonio Cangiano

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The recommended Ruby and Rails book pages have been updated Posted: Dec 20, 2010 10:50 AM
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During the holiday lull I managed to finally update the Ruby and Rails book pages. The Ruby page includes a few new titles and sees a few existing ones get the axe, as I took the major emphasis on Ruby 1.9 into consideration when updating this list of books. The Rails page is a complete [...]

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