How do I distinguish between things belonging to the standard library, specific gems, and those that are user-generated in Ruby?
I'm a beginning programmer, that for various reasons is using an existing Ruby codebase to learn to program. My goal is to be able to understand and eventually extend this codebase. However, I find it ...
Just a quick question.. I can never get a definitive answer when googling this, either. Some people say you can learn Rails without knowing any Ruby, but at some point you'll run into a brick wall and ...
Possible Duplicate: Is there a canonical book on Ruby on Rails? I really want to change my PHP specialization to Ruby. I have some Ruby/Rails experience, and I've already created a few Ruby ...
Is there a way I can 'ease in' to programming. Like learning to use/modify CGI scripts to add some functions to a basic html site? Even if it's the only thing I learn it's still useful, right?. Unlike ...
I recently got into web development through the PHP framework, CodeIgniter. I knew some PHP before I started learning that framework and overall I found it very easy to learn. The CodeIgniter ...
Why I Ask this Question: I've just starting to learn Ruby (and by extension IronRuby since I work in the Microsoft world). I picked up IronRuby Unleased to teach me the basic syntax of Ruby, and any ...
This question is extremely subjective and open-ended. It might even sound like something I should just research for myself and make my own decision. But I'd like to put it out there and get some ...
I was looking for some guides to start programming with, I'm a college student and I'm learning Ruby as my first language (Side-question, is that something good to start with?). I found _Why's guide ...