Rails books in free access

July 22, 2009 at 11:52 pm Leave a comment

I don’t know what’s the deal, but Google Books has several Rails / Ruby books available in a very generous preview mode (80-100 pages for free). For those of you, who are just starting out and want to understand if Ruby is the way to go, check out some books here and here, for example. First 3-4 chapters are fully available at the moment.

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