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This category is for articles on the Ruby programming language. Some of these are reviews, most of them are not.
This category holds links to books, paper or online, on the Ruby programming language. For other topics involving ruby gem stones, please see the proper directory category.
This category holds links to books, paper or online, on the Ruby programming language. For other topics involving ruby gem stones, please see the proper directory category.
This category lists conferences, meetings, and other events related to the Ruby programming language.
This category is for FAQs, Help, and Tutorials on the Ruby programming language.
Here are companies that offers hosting for ruby applications.
They must offer only ruby hosting. If they offer many languages including ruby, they should be in the hosting category.
To this category, please submit only different variations of the Ruby programming language. Submit Ruby software and enhancements to the Software subcategory.
This category is for different versions of Ruby, which are considered and called different implementations. For all programming languages, significantly different versions of the language are considered different implementations. In most languages, this is an independent issue from the language's compilers/interpreters and environments. In other words, most languages can have different compilers and environments, for the same implementation.
This category lists Ruby information and projects which facilitate interoperation with the Java software platform and programs, Ruby variants that support Java, and related topics.
This category lists Ruby variants which support the Microsoft .NET software platform, and related topics.
This category lists websites which have software that is written in Ruby, or written or optimized to work with or under Ruby in some way.
Software development tools are programs and libraries, which can help to make programs, that aid programmers, software developers, in the software development process. They may involve different software platforms, but all have prewritten code.
This category holds links to Weblogs that are Ruby oriented, centered, focused, related, etc.
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