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BOOK: Ruby on Rails for Microsoft Developers
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Ruby on Rails for Microsoft Developers by Antonio Cangiano; ISBN: 9780470374955
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Old April 12th, 2009, 03:45 PM
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Hi there,

welcome to the p2p.wrox.com forum for the book Ruby on Rails for Microsoft Developers. I'm the author of this book and I'd like to take a moment to thank you for purchasing or considering this title.

In order to provide you with the support you may need as you progress through the journey of learning Ruby on Rails with the aid of my book, I'll monitor this forum and try to promptly answer your questions and comments as much as I can.

I hope that you enjoy this book and find my participation in the forum useful.

Thank you,
Antonio

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Default Ruby on IIS Servers

Hi, I have just started studying C# and will soon begin ASP.NET. The only thing I'm afraid by taking this route is what I might be missing from LAMP servers if I'm bound to IIS (because of ASP). I have noticed that Ruby is the only thing lacking in my webhost's Windows server package, when compared to the Linux counterpart. My question is: why would they not offer Ruby?

Sorry to ask it here, but this has been a nagging question for me within the last days and I'm guessing this book's subject has something to do with my question. I'd be very interested in buying it in the future indeed, I think Ruby looks wonderful.
 


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