Programming Ruby 3.3, 5th Ed (Pragmatic Programmer)
Wednesday, 14 February 2024

This Pickaxe Book, named for the tool on the cover, is the definitive reference on Ruby. Noel Rappin and Dave Thomas provide a description of the most important standard library modules, built-in classes, and modules. This updated edition is a comprehensive reference on the language itself, with a tutorial on the most important features of Ruby - including pattern matching and Ractors - and describes the language through Ruby 3.3 including all the new and changed syntax and semantics including pattern matching and Ractors.

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Author: Noel Rappin and Dave Thomas
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: February 2024
Pages: 718
ISBN: 978-680509823
Print: 1680509829
Audience: Ruby developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Ruby

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