Press Release: May 14, 2008
Simply Rails 2--New from SitePoint
Sebastopol, CASitePoint recently announced the release of Simply Rails 2 ($39.95)--the first beginner's books to take advantage of all the new Rails 2 features.
Authored by Patrick Lenz, Simply Rails 2 is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to building powerful web applications using Ruby On Rails.
Perfect for the programming novice or someone looking to move into the agile Rails framework, this book will teach readers how to build bulletproof Web 2.0 applications from scratch, with more features using less code.
This outstanding book is available to purchase right now for US $39.95.
Patrick Lenz has been developing web applications for 10 years. As well as being the founder and lead developer of the freshmeat.net software portal, his Rails consultancy and application development company, limited overload, was responsible for a major relaunch of eins.de, which is now one of the most popular Ruby on Rails sites in Europe.
Additional Resources:For more information about the book, see the catalog page for: Simply Rails 2
Simply Rails 2, Second Edition
ISBN: 9780980455205, 450 pages, $39.95 USD
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