10 Apr '13, 5pm

Now available: the redesigned Ruby Science PDF. A fresh layout and typeface for your screen reading pleasure:

Now available: the redesigned Ruby Science PDF. A fresh layout and typeface for your screen reading pleasure:

The new design includes a new layout, which is much more appropriate for a book. We updated the typeface and font size to improve the experience when reading the book on a screen as opposed to a printed page. The margin size is also greatly reduced, making it easier to zoom in on a laptop screen and bring the text right to the edges.

Full article: http://robots.thoughtbot.com/post/47629504269/ruby-scienc...

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