By Satish Talim
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My interest in Ruby was aroused after I read an article 'Ruby the Rival' in November 2005. I started learning Ruby myself and made my own Ruby Study Notes. What's presented here is my Free Ruby Programming Guide for you.
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If you notice any errors or typos, or have any comments or suggestions or good exercises I could include, or have any queries on any of the topics here, please email at satish [at] rubylearning [dot] com.
Good luck and I hope you find this site useful!
I'd like to thank everyone on the ruby-talk mailing list for their thoughts and encouragement; all of my wonderful PuneRuby RUG members, for their help in making these Ruby Study Notes far better than I could have done alone. I would like to specially thank Andy Tyrrell from UK, for his help in tweaking the Syntax Highlighter css.
Note: The Ruby Logo is Copyright (c) 2006, Yukihiro Matsumoto. I have made extensive references to information, related to Ruby, available in the public domain (wikis and the blogs, articles of various Ruby Gurus), my acknowledgment and thanks to all of them. Much of the material on rubylearning.com and in the course at rubylearning.org is drawn primarily from the Programming Ruby book, available from The Pragmatic Bookshelf.