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ISBN: 1680501453
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Before getting my feet wet, I also purchased a lot of books. But, in the end, the best way I realized was to start building something like a TODO app. I started with an ECommerce website (whoa) and was pleasantly surprised. Of course, my strong background in Rails helped me quite a lot, too.

If you want a really good book that helps you understand concepts (and also the code) the best one so far I've read is Programming Phoenix by Chris and José themselves.[1]


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