Prior to this, he spent a decade as a general-purpose software hacker, working in Perl, C, C++, and Objective-C. He spent five years at Imperial College London working on various numerical problems including computational physics simulations, and graduated with a master of science degree with honors. He is also an associate of the Royal College of Science. During his time at Imperial College, he worked as a systems integrator within Imperial's prestigious Department of Computing.
He likes walking, talking, and taking abusive liberties with the English language. He lives with his imaginary cat on the south coast of England.
This is for me, good easy read very useful.
This book reminds of K&R or the Perl Camel book -- it is written in a conversational tone, with valuable gems (no pun intended) mentioned in passing.
Even if you're a seasoned Ruby developer, this book will give you some good ideas for Ruby scripts that you might not have considered.
Even if you're a seasoned Ruby developer, this book will give you some good ideas for Ruby scripts that you might not have considered.Published on August 30, 2009 by Major Hayden