Japanese Translation of Rolling with Ruby on Rails - Part2

by Steve Mallett

Yoichiro Hasebe has sent in this link to a Japanese translation of ONLamp's seminal Rolling with Ruby on Rails - Part2 article.

If anyone is Japanese to English and the reverse capable & notices any error Yoichiro would love to hear from you.

Kampai!

6 Comments

Curt Hibbs
2006-04-27 13:30:04
Just to try to keep the links in one place, Part 1 was also translated to Japanese about a year ago:


* http://blog.livedoor.jp/zep716/archives/24182409.html


Plus there is a Spanish translation for both part 1 and part2:


* http://www.sobrerailes.com/pages/en_marcha_con_rails
* http://www.sobrerailes.com/pages/en_marcha_con_rails_2


And (finally) a French translation (this also includes the ONLamp "Ajax on Rails" article):


* http://www.railsfrance.org/node/128


I guess I should also mention the Russian translation of the ONLamp article "What is Ruby on Rails?":


* http://sabanin.ru/wp-content/articles/what_is_ruby_on_rails.html


Rugby Fan Steve
2006-08-24 06:46:53
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Rugby Fan Steve
2006-08-24 06:47:56
Rugby players spend a lot of time physical training Compared to other form of sports.I have read the
Rugby laws mentioned on this site. It's a gripping sport which targets the grip strength and the active mindedness of a player. American football and rugby league are also primarily collision sports, but their tackles tend to terminate much more quickly. For professional rugby, players are often chosen on the basis of their size and apparent strength and they develop the skill and power over the passage of time. In modern rugby considerable attention is given to fitness and aerobic conditioning as well as basic weight training.
Rugby Fan Steve
2006-08-24 06:48:59
Rugby players spend a lot of time physical training Compared to other form of sports.I have read the
Rugby laws mentioned on this site. It's a gripping sport which targets the grip strength and the active mindedness of a player. American football and rugby league are also primarily collision sports, but their tackles tend to terminate much more quickly. For professional rugby, players are often chosen on the basis of their size and apparent strength and they develop the skill and power over the passage of time. In modern rugby considerable attention is given to fitness and aerobic conditioning as well as basic weight training.
Rugby Fan Steve
2006-08-24 06:50:19
Rugby players spend a lot of time physical training Compared to other form of sports.I have read the
Rugby laws mentioned on this site. It's a gripping sport which targets the grip strength and the active mindedness of a player. American football and rugby league are also primarily collision sports, but their tackles tend to terminate much more quickly. For professional rugby, players are often chosen on the basis of their size and apparent strength and they develop the skill and power over the passage of time. In modern rugby considerable attention is given to fitness and aerobic conditioning as well as basic weight training.

2007-01-18 12:07:11
dirake