I've been doing rails for about 10 years now, back in the days the poignant guide to ruby was a fun way to get familiar with the language. And for rails it's about having the official docs at hand and reading others people's code. Reading some of the most popular gems and how they solve common problems can give you an idea of the things you can do
I can't believe I left out the poignant guide!
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