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hi guys! i would like to start my study with ruby on rails and i would like to know how is the market to this technology abroad. Here in Brazil is starting slowly.

and for beginner what book you recommend?

thanks.
 
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thanks John, have you read this book, yet?

 
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Hi Camilo,
I'm brazilian too. Well As I'm intending to move out to Australia next year, I was checking out some recruitments websites and I got surprise of the results. I could see heaps of Rails jobs paying even more than java.
Check it out for yourself
http://mycareer.com.au/search/?s=777&sq=rails
 
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hi matt,

good site. yes ruby is better than Java abroad. I am looking for a job in AUS or NZ, too. i hope to find one, until the end next year.

thanks for that site, very good.
 
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camilo lopes wrote:thanks John, have you read this book, yet?


I have the beta version, the book is pretty good and it wont disappoints you.
 
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I agree the above posts.I like to start my study with ruby on rails and i would like to know how is the market to this technology B2B and B2C
 
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