To get a good answer, you must first ask a good question
(and it must have merits).
Most people with the knowledge won't bother to read an email titled :
-> ""Can't this f@&$ guy google for 'rails tutorial' ""
> Is there a good tutorial on Rails that can give some insight on using
> rails to do a billing system / use of multiple tables on one form.
There are 2 subjets in your post, and your title has absolutely no
relations with any of them.
=> rewrite your questions, with the best title you can think of (NO:
not "free sex in your neighbourhood" !!)
I didn't write the quote in question, but if you type 'ruby rails tutorial'
in google, you get lots of good hits:
and many more. I don't want to put words in anybody's mouth, but I think one
prevailing sentiment is that if you can type almost the exact same question
into Google, why not do that, then when you get stuck on a particular issue,
bring it to the list.
I hope these links get you unfrozen, and this is a helpful, friendly group.
Like every other group, there is a kind of personality to this one and I
would characterize it as: Lots of information on Google, go there first.
Lots of information on the Wiki (first link, above), go there second. It's
open source, so if you don't find what you need on the net, you can always
turn to the code.
Please don't take this as a "dressing down."