The Bastards Book of Ruby
by Dan Nguyen
Publisher: bastardsbook.com 2011
The Bastards Book of Ruby is an introduction to programming and its practical uses for journalists, researchers, scientists, analysts, and anyone else whose job is to seek out, make sense from, and show the hard-to-find data.
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