"What book should I get?" seems to be one of the most popular questions on the mailing lists for both Ruby and Rails. I like to think that I stay on top of the Ruby and Rails book market, and so I thought I'd prepare a few bibliographies or curriculums or, if you like, big fat lists of books. I suggest following these in order for the most part, but if you're wild and crazy, feel free to ignore that. Note: The title links are affiliate links; if you don't like that, then the links provided after the information are non-affiliate links. Based on skill level Mr. Neighborly: A Ruby and Rails bibliography of sorts
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