Also worth mentioning are the rails guides which are some of the best
documentation I've seen. It didn't always used to be this way but a
lot of people put in a monumental effort to really get good quality
info out there. There is a link to this resource from the main rails
site that Stephen provided, but it wasn't immediately apparent to me
and is a sort of buried under the "get better" section, so I wanted to
include this directly for everyone as well as that section of the site
really stands on it's own.
Sorry I missed the presentation, I'm sure Stephen did a great job!
On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 3:49 PM, Stephen Anderson <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hey WebDesign Folk!
> It was fun getting to share our enthusiasm for Rails with you last Tuesday.
> As promised, here are some links for learning more:
> Ruby on Rails Home Page
> Try Ruby Online!
> why's (poignant) guide to Ruby
> Programming Ruby 1.9
> Users Group:
> MATC Course:
> Rails Class
> You'll note there's not a class listed currently. ?I'm talking with MATC
> about making a class happen for this spring. ?Requests wouldn't hurt.
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