Articles #ruby - doc
This is a list of articles relating to Ruby that are known to be available on the Web. They are listed in the order in whch they were added to the site, so please do not assume that articles listed first are better or worse than articles towards the bottom. It just (or should, at least) makes it easier to see what's new.
Sat, 09 Nov 2002

Ruby and VBA for Web Dictionary Searches
Article by James Britt showing one way to use Ruby with Microsoft Word. August 2002. Offsite
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Stream Parsing with REXML
<RubyXML/> article, December 2001. Offsite[]
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MySQL & Ruby Electric XML
<RubyXML/> article, October 2001. Offsite
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An Introduction to Ruby
O'Reilly article by Colin Steele, 10/25/2001. Offsite
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Introduction to Ruby
Jim Menard's introduction to Ruby, July 10, 2001. Offsite
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Why You Might Want to Try Ruby
Article for Freshmeat by Phil Tomson, author of TaskMaster. Offsite
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A comparison between BETA, C++, Eiffel, Java, Object Pascal, Ruby und Smalltalk
Feature comparison of assorted OO langauges. Offsite
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Dr. Dobbs: Programming in Ruby
Dr. Dobb's Journal, January 2001, by By Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt, authors of Programming Ruby. Offsite
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Matz's Presentation in Paris
A presentation given by Matz to an OpenSource conference in France. February, 2001. Offsite
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Features of Ruby
by Michael Neumann, coauthor of Ruby Developer's Guide. Offsite
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Comparing and Introducing Ruby
Paper by by Michael Neumann (coauthor of Ruby Developer's Guide), available as PDF, ps, and Tex. Offsite
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Developing GUIs with FOX and Ruby
Using the FXRuby to build FOX GUIs in Ruby. Offsite
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Ruby: a new language
IBM DeveloperWorks article. Offsite
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Programming in the Ruby language: Introducing Ruby variables, quotes, arrays, objects, and methods
Another IBM DeveloperWorks article. Offsite
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