I found a link to this which I think will be worth going through.
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I went through another tutorial that deals with entities with more one-to-many relationships. I remain to be amazed by the simplicity. I feel I’m ready to start playing around with something on my own now.
Yesterday, I went through the todo list tutorial from the rubyonrails.org site and am just amazed at how easy it was to put together. Now I think I’ll browse around for other tutorials and see what else is out there before I jump into doing small project for myself in it.
Installing it on Windows using IIS was a bit of mystery to me. I had originally thought to do it using Apache, but I need IIS in for .NET stuff. I think using the Webrick server that comes with it will give me what I need though.