When in Rome, code as the Romans do

No doubt most developers are in favour of coding standards, but something that has annoyed me of late is ‘coding baggage’. For example, former Visual Basic programmers using VB style in C#. Such style pollutes the purity of a language that has its own style for a particular reason.

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Suggested books for learning Ruby on Rails

I’ve been mainly a C#/ASP.NET developer over the last few years, but a recent interest in Ruby on Rails (RoR) has lead me to buy a few books to help me learn the framework.

Here I present a list of books, in a particular order, that I recommend to anybody learning RoR.
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