—Obie Fernandez, Professional Ruby Series Editor xx . Russ’ first book is the highly regarded Design Patterns in Ruby (Addison-Wesley. The newest book in the renowned Addison-Wesley Professional Ruby Series, Eloquent Ruby will help you “put on your Ruby-colored glasses” and get results. (Addison-Wesley Professional Ruby Series). by In Eloquent Ruby, Russ Olsen helps you write Ruby like true Rubyists do-so you can leverage its immense.
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The Basics Chapter 1. The examples are useful and illustrate his points well without cluttering up the text. The best Ruby book I’ve read so far. More info at Amazon. Next, the book addresses bigger questions related to building methods and classes. Olsen explains how to write Ruby code that writes its own code-and why you’ll want to.
If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. Mar 31, Michael rated it it was amazing Shelves: The only chapter that felt a bit disconnected from the rest, was the chapter on the various Ruby runtimes, though it was certainly interesting. Second, each method needs to operate at a single conceptual level: This eBook includes the following formats, accessible from your Account page after purchase:.
The chapters are short, crisp, and easy to digest. Though, in fairness each chapter proffssional be a standalone book.
For a long time I am trying to read a Ruby book. Refresh and try again.
He also gives lots of real world examples of the things he mentions, which makes it even more clear how his techniques are actually applied. Nov 14, Ahmed Attyah rated it it was amazing Shelves: Want to Read saving…. The time to listen to all of that haranguing is when you are creating lots of little methods that you are trying to pull together into a functional whole. Highly recommended, even for developers who already know Ruby – there’s a lot to learn here.
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Paperbackpages. Quotes from Eloquent Ruby. Very clear and eloquent! With Safari, you learn the way you learn best. The best Ruby book Rugy, excellent for beginners and a reference for experienced as well, should be on every ruby developer shelf, loved the author style, would love to read more books written by him.
If you are weskey to programming this is probably not the best book for you, but if you have experience in some other language or “just” want to get more fluent in Ruby, “Eloquent Ruby” is hard to beat. This isn’t enough for me to take off a star.
It has the feel of a book that has been aggressively edited down to be a readable length, but there are a few places where you come up feeling like there is more to the story that might help. A method that implements the business logic around, say, currency conversions, should not suddenly veer off into the details of how the various accounts ar Is this book good for beginners of ruby?
Sep 10, Augusto rated it really liked it. Aug 29, Landon rated it it was amazing. Just my two cents though. This is awesome book if you already know how to program but don’t know where to start learning Ruby. If you’re new to Ruby like I am I can only recommend reading this book, it’s worth the time!!!
I especially liked all the real world examples from well known frameworks and tools ranging from rake, rspec to rails and cucumber. Add To My Wish List. Unlimited one-month access with your purchase.
I recommend this book even to more experienced ruby developers at least as an excellent refresher. Start Free Trial No credit card required.
Jun 17, Andy rated it liked it. It helped me to understand and appreciate the underlying aesthetic to clean and concise code. Finally, each method needs to have a name that reflects its purpose. This is the type of books that I like to read: It is great both for beginners and for people who already have experience with Ruby. Olsen draws on years of experience internalizing the Ruby culture and teaching Ruby to other programmers.
Classes, Modules, and Blocks Chapter Probably suits best for xddison Ruby developers wanting to profesisonal bits about implementing DSLs, metaprogramming, enumerators and just plain old object oriented Ruby. It is a nice book. Great book if you don’t want an enumeration of Ruby’s APIs, but are instead looking to learn the basic tools.
Eloquent Ruby starts small, answering tactical questions focused on a single statement, method, test, or bug. A nice book to get the feeling of programming disciplines. You’ll discover why Ruby classes contain so many tiny methods, when to use operator overloading, and when to avoid it.