Intro to Ruby.

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Intro to Ruby.

Post by PlanetaryAlchemy on Fri Feb 03, 2012 5:10 pm
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Hi all,

I picked up the metasploit book. When it teaches to learn how to write an exploit, it advised that knowing Ruby is a must. So I grabbed a book on ruby, and also found It's an online interface that gives you the basics of Ruby and how to use it in a 15 minute run down. I found it to be a great introduction to the language.

Thought I'd post it incase others were looking to begin as well.


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Re: Intro to Ruby.

Post by limdis on Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:30 pm
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I haven't messed with Ruby yet but +1 for posting the site. Been playing with it for a few min now.
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Re: Intro to Ruby.

Post by Dahaar on Mon Feb 06, 2012 9:33 am
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I also never worked with Ruby before, but the site is very good at teaching the basics.
And you're right. I read a few times that knowing Ruby is very useful, also because a lot of company-internal-languages are based on it. Always good to know.
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