Free Ruby Books - Part 2


Ruby on Rails Security

Free eBook: Ruby on Rails Security

Free eBook “Ruby on Rails Security” from Ruby on Rails Security Project. The last security guide for Rails was a great success, with a lot of more secure web applications and continued awareness in the community of security issues. The Ruby on Rails Security Project is the one and only source of information about Rails security topics.


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The PHP AnthologyThe Principles Of Project Management - Free Preview!
Learn how you can deliver projects on time and on budget, again and again. Every project you manage will be unique. Scope, budgets, team dynamics, and timeframes will differ. As a project manager, the most important factor in achieving project success will be your understanding of 'The Principles Of Project Management'. This book will show you that project management isn't rocket science.


Ruby Cookbook (PLEAC-Ruby)

Following the Perl Cookbook spirit, the PLEAC Project aims to gather fans of programming, in order to implement the solutions in other programming languages.


The Little Book Of Ruby

The Little Book Of Ruby

The Little Book Of Ruby is a PDF eBook which will guide you through the fundamentals of Ruby programming. Starting with the basics (strings, numbers, objects and methods) it quickly moves on to explain all you need to know to create your own class hierarchies, use arrays, hashes, iterators, modules, mixins and much more.


Mr. Neighborly’s Humble Little Ruby Book

Mr. Neighborly's Humble Little Ruby Book

Mr. Neighborly’s Humble Little Ruby Book is a book about this fine language, but it is not a language book per se. It is perhaps best described as a mix between your favorite novel, your favorite Spanish textbook, and a Richard Simmons exercise video.


Ruby Essentials

Ruby Essentials

Free online book “Ruby Essentials” provides a concise and easy to follow guide to learning Ruby.


Programming Ruby: A Pragmatic Programmer’s Guide

Programming Ruby: A Pragmatic Programmer's Guide

A guide to working with the object-oriented programming language, Ruby, which allows for programming without extra syntax or code. Shows how to easily mine the Ruby language, teaching the basics, plus how to write large programs, how to extend Ruby using C code, and more.


Learn To Program

Learn To Program

Chris Pine’s book will teach you how to program using Ruby. You’ll learn to use your computer better, to get it to do what you want it to do.


Why’s (Poignant) Guide to Ruby

Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby

This is just a small Ruby book. It won’t crush you. It’s light as a feather. And there’s a reason this book will stay light: because Ruby is simple to learn.


Ruby Standard Library Reference

Pulled from the source code using RDoc, this reference work documents the standard library. The Ruby Standard Library Documentation collection, brought to you by the Ruby-doc project. Whether you are browsing online or offline, we hope that your use of Ruby’s standard library will become more productive as a result of this effort.


Ruby Core Reference

Pulled straight from the source code using RDoc, this reference work documents all of the core classes and modules (like String, Array, Symbol, etc). These are the API documents for the base classes and modules in the current stable release.