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Metaprogramming Ruby 2
Friday 29 Apr

Author: Paolo Perrotta
Publisher:  Pragmatic Bookshelf
ISBN: 978-1941222126
Print: 1941222129
Kindle: B00N9I0RMQ
Audience:Ruby programmers
Rating: 5
Reviewer: Ian Elliot

A second edition of a book that claims to teach you "meta" programming. Isn't just programming hard enough?!


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