Best Technical Documentation Ever

9 Mar 2004

Ben has pointed me at Why's (Poignant) Guide to Ruby, which he quite correctly describes as the best technical documentation ever. Read it and you'll see why. Scarily, it's also got me (re)interested in Ruby - its full, pouting lips and SmallTalk-like use of anonymous blocks is threatening to tempt me away from the housecoat / slippers / significant whitespace cosiness of Python. It's probably a temporary infatuation, but you never know...

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