On Sun, 12 Mar 2006 13:13:47 +0100, David N. Welton wrote:Well, I'm quite happy about it...
> Yes, I saw that on http://www.libreriauniversitaria.it and was surprised
> at how quickly it came out in Italian.
> I think Ruby's getting a lot of traction here in Italy... in Padova, aAnd this is good. Python is not really widespread (even if our Alex
> few guys from the Java Users Group formed a Ruby Users Group:-)
Martelli is one of the most known pythonists), but is growing. In my city
there are a couple of software houses that are using Python (and a couple
of friends *work* with it).
Here it is Java-PHP-VB. Sigh. But I'm happy some Javaists got interested
I was thinking about doing kind of a ruby.it, but I told... it's better
> Do you know who did the translation? Some of the guys at Hoepli doI own the book :)
> pretty good work.
Inside I read:
In fact there are also some modifications in respect with the english
> Yes, hopefully it will make Rails more 'boss friendly' here, althoughYes. But until hostings won't offer ruby, I'm afraid will go on with PHP
> that will make it less of a competitive advantage for those who 'get it':-)
(and that is bad).
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