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:image: /img/pictures/ruby.png :type: article :date: 2011-01-23 19:02:15.355674 +02:00 -:tags: ["ruby", "books"] +:tags: ["ruby-compendium", "books", "ruby"] :permalink: introducing-ruby-compendium :intro: | Learning a programming language can be hard and time consuming. You normally have to go through a bunch of tutorials, ask questions, read books... Ruby is no exception: there are plenty of resources out there about it, but it is often hard to find what you're looking for. So, as a weekend project, I decided to create a _Ruby Compendium_, a short book about the Ruby Ecosystem.
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+----- +:title: "Ruby Compendium v0.2.0 released" +:subtitle: "With up-to-date ruby implementations, more resources, and online version" +:image: /img/pictures/ruby.png +:type: article +:date: 2011-08-07 18:01:52.573674 +02:00 +:tags: ["ruby-compendium", "books", "ruby"] +:permalink: ruby-compendium-020 +:intro: | + The Ruby Compendium has been updated, and it now lists the most up-to-date versions of various Ruby implementatios, even more web sites, books, podcasts, and Rubyists. In addition to the PDF version, the book can now be read online "here on":/ruby-compendium/book/. +:extended_intro: | + Overall, this is a relatively minor update; however, I felt it was a good time to release it to keep the book up-to-date. +----- + +$[document.intro] + +textile[ +The _Ruby Compendium_ is available free of charge, under the terms of the "Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License":, and you can help improving it! It was written using my very own "Glyph Framework":, and the entire source code is available on "GitHub":, for anyone to fork. + +div{text-align:center;margin:20px; auto;font-size: 18px; font-weight:bold;}. =>[|Download PDF] \| =>[|Read Online] +]
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------ -permalink: ruby-compendium -filters_pre: -- erb -- redcloth -title: "Project: Ruby Compendium" -subtitle: "An Essential Guide to the Ruby Ecosystem" -type: project -github: ruby-compendium -links: -- "Download": -- "Read Online": /ruby-compendium/book -- "Source": -- "Tracking": -status: Active -version: 0.2.0 ------ - -<%= render 'project_data', :tag => 'ruby-compendium' %> - -<p>This book was written by Fabio Cevasco and it is licensed under a <a href="">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License</a>.</p> -<p>This book was authored using <a href="">Glyph</a> and the <span class="caps">PDF</span> version was produced with <a href="">Prince <span class="caps">XML</span></a>.</p> -<p>The Ruby logo is copyright &#169; 2006, Yukihiro Matsumoto, and used under the terms of the <a href="">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License</a>.</p> -<p>Special thanks to the following individuals who contributed to the project, in some ways:</p> -<ul> - <li><a href="">Akira Matsuda</a></li> - <li><a href="">Sven Schwyn</a></li> -</ul> - -<%= render 'project_updates', :tag => 'ruby-compendium' %>