Highly recommended for anyone novice or intermediate Rails developer.
My future coverage of design patterns in Berkeley's undergraduate software engineering class will be motivated by the examples in this book.
The examples of what not to do, why not to do it, and how to fix it are very well laid-out, easy to follow, and surprisingly nonjudgmental.
The ideal and essential book for intermediate level people learning rails. You've gone through the rubyonrails. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Strategist
Works great as a resource to thumb through when you need to. I read it from beginning to end and just ate up every chapter. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ben Johnston
This book each rails dev should read more than once, it so well written and examples are really good. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Milan Jaric
Learned some points. Though some other points are obvious for experienced rails developers. It would be more useful for new rails developers.Published 20 months ago by YI ZHANG
I am not a ROR expert by any stretch (I have been coding on it for about 10 months) however I was able to digest this book in about 2 hours and this few months back. Read morePublished on August 25, 2011 by Matteo Melani