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  • Design Patterns in Ruby - By Russ Olsen; Addison-Wesley Professional, 2007, ISBN 9780321490452. Shows smart ways to solve many problems Ruby developers often find; classic patterns plus newer ones with special Ruby value.
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  • Making Use of Ruby - By Suresh Mahadevan; John Wiley and Sons, 2002, ISBN 047121972X. Hands-on full introduction, how to save much time, many real-world examples, how to move beyond examples to specific tasks, end-of-chapter reviews, exercises.
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  • Programming Ruby: Ruby Tuesday - Interview with Programming Ruby authors, The Pragmatic Programmers. Amazon.com.
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  • Ruby Cookbook - By Lucas Carlson, Leonard Richardson; O'Reilly, 2006, ISBN 0596523696. From data structures to algorithms to integrating with new technologies; when solving a problem, don't reinvent the wheel: look it up in here. O'Reilly Media.
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  • Ruby In A Nutshell - By Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto; O'Reilly and Associates, 2001, ISBN 0596002149. By programmer, and Ruby creator; concise broad reference guide assumes reader knows programming. [O'Reilly and Associates]
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  • The Ruby Programming Language - David Flanagan, Yukihiro Matz Matsumoto, why the lucky stiff; O'Reilly Media, 2008, ISBN 9780596516178. Authoritative guide, covers versions 1.9, 1.8; shows Ruby's lexical structure, primary expressions, conditionals, syntax, classes, data they manipulate.
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  • The Ruby Way: What is Ruby? - Brief article explains main aspects, by Hal Fulton.
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