Ruby on Rails Rules

After seeing at AAAI05 what Jesse is able to do with Ruby on Rails, I decided I have to learn it.
Rails is a full-stack, open-source web framework in Ruby for writing real-world applications with joy and less code than most frameworks spend doing XML sit-ups.
So far so good, it has been a great-great pleasure meeting this joy-toy. My suggestion for get going:
1. See the incredible “how to build a blog engine in 15 minutes with Ruby on Rails” video. [Even if you don’t want to start learning a new language/framework, trust me, check the video, you won’t regret it.]
2. Read the “Four Days on Rails” step-by-step tutorial (and create the code along).
3. Read the Really Getting Started in Rails, if you still have some doubts, especially if you haven’t used Ruby before (I didn’t) and don’t want to learn completely the language (I don’t). [info: Ruby is a language, Rails is a framework for building web applications that uses Ruby]

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