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Collage of Ruby and Rails books

While working on a presentation for a series of conferences that I’ll be speaking at, I’ve put together this image, to convey the attention that Ruby and Rails are currently getting from publishers. Feel free to use it for your own presentations, optionally crediting it to me if you’d like (you don’t have to).

The list of books may not be complete. And yes, the book images are from Amazon.com


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3 Responses to “Collage of Ruby and Rails books”

  1. Tom says:

    Nice stuff Tony!

  2. Vsy says:

    Heh. Nice! (I wonder if anyone else is using it as a shopping list).

    I know you said the collage isn’t all-inclusive — but I’m guessing David Black’s ‘Ruby for Rails’ must be buried somewhere beneath there…

  3. I’m afraid you are right Vsy. :-)

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