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No hypothetical fluff, but real-life examples how to architect enterprise quality systems using Ruby,
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This review is from: Service-Oriented Design with Ruby and Rails (Addison-Wesley Professional Ruby Series) (Kindle Edition)
I have researched many books on the subject and I NEVER find time to do a book review but the work done on this book by Paul Dix is amazing. Besides being encompassing and thorough while not loosing the audience, he presents real-life examples how to attack patterns of problems by real-life solutions. He cuts through the fog and hypothetical and delivers solutions to problems in chapter order that continues to engage -- this has yet to happen to me in any other application architecture book.
As impressed as I was, I had a specific question about one of his topics. I emailed Paul expecting that I may hear from him over time. To my pleasant surprise, I had a specific answer to my question in my inbox from Paul the very same afternoon. Now, that is what what I call an author who passionately cares about the subject of his book.