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alexivanovs — 3 posts

http://codecondo.com/

You should be able to begin picking up the very basics rather quickly, by learning Ruby from these resources and platforms, but I think that I’ll be making another one of these in the coming days, to cover some free Ruby books that you can download and study – because, books do add a little bit more in-depth to the art you’re trying to master.

→ 10 Free Ways of Learning Ruby Programming Language
I’ll be going over each of the Ruby IDE’s briefly, and if possible include a tutorial from someone who’s experienced with each platform more than I am. You can also submit your own, and I’ll consider adding it to the list.

→ Top 5 Ruby IDE's

We've all got our own favorites, you're more than welcome to suggest your own!
I have been putting these posts together for all programming languages, at least those who're supportive of web frameworks, first I'm on a mission to cover all of the minimal ones - then move on to bigger guns!

Here is the link.