Programming Ruby: The Pragmatic Programmer's Guide
by David Thomas, Andrew Hunt
Publisher: Addison-Wesley 2000
Number of pages: 608
A guide to working with the object-oriented programming language, Ruby, which allows for programming without extra syntax or code. Shows how to easily mine the Ruby language, teaching the basics, plus how to write large programs, how to extend Ruby using C code, and more.
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In order to prevent attacks, minimize their impact and remove points of attack, first of all, we have to fully understand the attack methods in order to find the correct countermeasures. That is what this security guide aims at.
by Huw Collingbourne - No Starch Press
A comprehensive tutorial to the Ruby language. Each chapter is accompanied by ready-to-run source code for all the examples. There is also an Introduction which explains how to use the source code in Ruby In Steel or any other IDE of your choice.
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