09 Mar '13, 6am

Famous Ruby Personalities: Who do you recommend? | RubyLearning Blog:

Personally, I would recommend you, Satish. Your Ruby course is really cool, and I hope to be able to use what I’ve learned in a real-world project. Ruby is the finest language I’ve discovered in years, and you helped a lot of people including me to make the first (and second) steps with Ruby. Other recommendations I consider important: Matz ++ we wouldn’t be here without you DHH ++ without Rails, Ruby probably wouldn’t have the attention of the industry Andy Hunt / Dave Thomas ++ Your books are cool, especially “The Pragmatic Programmer” Chad Fowler ++ Your book “My job went to India” should be on the shelf of every programmer who isn’t willing to lose his or her job why the lucky stiff ++ for taking Ruby to new shores with the very cool “shoes” framework James Edward Gray II ++ Hope to take a few Ruby quizzes any time soon Sorry for not mentioning all of you, but I’m just...

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