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By rick
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Published: Jun 20 2006 / 16:32

A former student asked me a few days ago how I learned Ruby on Rails. The answer was that I simply read alot of great tutorials. So in the spirit of sharing, here are the 12 tutorials that I found most useful.
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dfects replied ago:

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Theres plenty of great tutorials online and this is a good list, but you need to be careful as some tutorials are tailored towards previous versions. If you're feeling rich, I really recommend the agile development book ( http://www.pragmaticprogrammer.com/titles/rails2/ ). It was a fantastic reference to have next to you, not to mention a gentle intro into rails

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Adam Forster replied ago:

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I agree with dfects, the Rolling with Ruby on Rails tutorial does use an older version of Rails, however most of the concepts it covers are the same. As for the Pragmatic Programmer book on Rails, I have a copy and find it very useful, which has generally been my experience with all of their books.

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