Beginning Ruby: From Novice to Professional (2020)

Beginning Ruby: From Novice to Professional Peter Cooper Beginning Ruby From Novice to Professional Ruby is perhaps best known as the engine powering the hugely popular Ruby on Rails web framework However it is an extremely powerful and versatile programming language in its own right It focuses on
  • Title: Beginning Ruby: From Novice to Professional
  • Author: Peter Cooper
  • ISBN: 9781590597668
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
Beginning Ruby: From Novice to Professional Peter Cooper Ruby is perhaps best known as the engine powering the hugely popular Ruby on Rails web framework However, it is an extremely powerful and versatile programming language in its own right It focuses on simplicity and offers a fully object oriented environment Beginning Ruby is a thoroughly contemporary guide for every type of reader who wants to learn Ruby, from novice pRuby is perhaps best known as the engine powering the hugely popular Ruby on Rails web framework However, it is an extremely powerful and versatile programming language in its own right It focuses on simplicity and offers a fully object oriented environment Beginning Ruby is a thoroughly contemporary guide for every type of reader who wants to learn Ruby, from novice programmers to web developers to Ruby newcomers It starts by explaining the principles behind object oriented programming and within a few chapters builds toward creating a genuine Ruby application.The book then explains key Ruby principles, such as classes and objects, projects, modules, and libraries, and other aspects of Ruby such as database access In addition, Ruby on Rails is covered in depth, and the books appendixes provide essential reference information as well as a primer for experienced programmers What you ll learn Understand the basics of Ruby and object oriented building blocks Work with Ruby libraries, gems, and documentation Work with files and databases Write and deploy Ruby applications Explore Ruby web frameworks and aspects of network programming with Ruby Develop desktop and GUI applications with Ruby Who this book is forBeginning programmers, programmers new to Ruby, and web developers interested in knowing the foundations of the language.
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  1. Vinh Nguyen

    Beginning Ruby by Peter Cooper is not the best book on earth, but it s good enough for whoever wants to learn about Ruby The author claims that his book will be easy to digest even if you re a complete stranger to computer programming I beg it is not so I think you still need a little computer programming knowledge elsewhere to fully enjoy Beginning Ruby I m only on page 212 so far, and so my opinion maybe imperfect, but then again all opinions should be so I recommend you to read Beginning Ruby [...]

  2. Kerri

    This is a tough one Its a book that is clear and basic, a text for as the title makes clear novices as long as the novices have some other programming exposure, and can deal with the firehose of information The book oftentimes errs on the side of provide the Complete Information on a topic, along with All The Context admirable, but for beginners, its just too much We ve been using it alongside Chris Pine s Learning To Program, which may be magnifying its issues That said, its a very comprehensiv [...]

  3. Marshall

    Excellent primer for the Ruby programming language, designed to quickly turn a total beginner into an intermediate Ruby programmer It feels a little dumbed down at places, but it belabors nothing This book isn t designed to be a thorough treatment of Ruby, but what it lacks in depth it than makes up for in breadth.

  4. Jascha

    Believe it or not, Ruby is 21 years old and one of the hottest programming languages out there Not only because of its features, but also because it has a quite vibrant and active community supporting it This resulted in many projects being developed in Ruby Redmine, Puppet Learning Ruby, even if just the basics you don t want to write Puppet Facts in Python, do you , is becoming an essential skill required in the power tools belt of any developer or DevOps out there This popularity is reflected [...]

  5. Bojan Tunguz

    Recently I decided to learn Ruby on Rails RoR , and even though I ve been assured repeatedly that I don t need to know that much of Ruby proper before I start dabbling with RoR of course, I do have some prior programming web development experience , I quickly decided that I would still want to know as much about Ruby in its own right as possible After looking into several books on Ruby, I decided to give Beginning Ruby a try, largely based on the positive recommendations I am glad I did, but thi [...]

  6. Justin

    I decided to give this book only 3 stars It is partly the book, but it is also the language After reading this book, I did not really favor Ruby as a language of choice I think I ll just keep to Python, Java, and C Overall, the book was OK, but it was very different from most other programming books I have read, introducing object orientation towards the very beginning ie 1 5

  7. Adam

    I m nearly through this book, reading it cover to cover And I m going to continue referencing this book long into my Ruby experience I ve never read a better programming language tutorial or reference book The author explains everything clearly, concisely and in exactly the manner necessary for a novice such as myself to immediately grasp and start using the information Brilliant.

  8. Geoffrey Bays

    Thorough coverage of the Ruby language in a slow, easy way Good for beginning programmers, and also has a quick summary in the appendix for seasoned developers to get a quick start.Has large chapter on Rails as well.

  9. Andy Troutman

    Great intro text on the ruby language, not necessarily the ruby on rails web framework Much better to start from here before diving into other topics good emphasis on understanding what s going on under the covers of the language features.

  10. Rick Austin

    If you are interested in learning about Ruby as a language this is a good text to try It was useful for me in learning the language syntax and Once you have a base of understanding it takes you into some interesting capabilities such as web development frameworks, GUI frameworks, etc.

  11. Jacob Barrieault

    Great book that goes through the foundations of programming, specifically in Ruby Most concepts and examples are presented really clearly Great choice is you want to learn to program.

  12. mwr

    Though there is a tutorial aspect to this, it s not a learn by doing text It s like a traditional text book in this regard which is pretty great on my end.

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