Postings by Karthikeyan A K

I Love Ruby Survey

Hello all, I'm writing a book named I Love Ruby, and I plan to release its
another edition this December. I would like to know what feature you want
in that book. Please take this survey <a href="" title=""></a>
so that I can decide on what to do next.

You may download the book here <a href="" title=""></a>

Lot of typo corrections made in I Love Ruby

Hello Folks,

I am very grateful to Mr. RajKumar Sharma of Ahmedabad, India to have
pointed out lot of typo corrections in "I Love Ruby". I have fixed them and
released the book here <a href="" title=""></a>

He in a mail claims that he could read this book in 28 hours! I still can't
stop wondering how he did it. You can read his comments here
<a href="" title=""></a>

I once again thank the Ruby community to have given encouragement which has
kept this book alive.

I Love Ruby updated - the free Ruby programming book

Hello Folks,

I added a section for test driven development. You can download I Love Ruby
here <a href="" title=""></a>

Enjoy coding.

Top Ruby Programming News This Week

Hello People,

Checkout <a href="" title=""></a>

Ruby to Wasm will be great

We have Opal <a href="" title=""></a> now, but Ruby to wasm
<a href="" title=""></a> compiler will be great.

Fixed I Love Ruby broken link

Hello People,

Have fixed some broken links for <a href="" title=""></a> .
I hosted I Love Ruby book on Open Mail Box, but now since they have made
their service paid, I have moved to github 100%.

Hope you find my book useful.