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Ruby on Rails programmers don’t buy books

It’s a fact that Ruby on Rails programmers don’t buy books! Really! Ruby and Rails are changing fast. Books getting outdated in just a couple of months. Buying books is just a waste of time and money for nothing.

At the time the books come out, Ruby on Rails developers already read blogs/saw screencasts or even get hands dirty committing to the rails core source code. Books are  just for students, not for RoR developers.

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