This encyclopedic book is not only a definitive Rails reference, but an indispensable guide to Software-as-a-Service coding techniques for serious craftspersons. I keep a copy in the lab, a copy at home, and a copy on each of my three e-book readers, and it’s on the short list of essential resources for my undergraduate software engineering course.
—Armando Fox, adjunct associate professor, University of California, Berkeley
Everyone interested in Rails, at some point, has to follow The Rails Way.
—Fabio Cevasco, senior technical writer, Siemens AG, and blogger at H3RALD.com
I can positively say that it’s the single best Rails book ever published to date. By a long shot.
—Antonio Cangiano, software engineer and ...