Announcing a Ruby with Shoes Course

by Satish Talim on July 7, 2010

Ruby with Shoes Course – 7th Batch

RubyLearning has so far successfully conducted six batches of the Ruby with Shoes course. We are now announcing the 7th batch.

What’s Shoes?

The extraordinaire Rubyist “Why The Lucky Stiff” (_why)1 had been working energetically on Shoes, a Ruby Cross Platform GUI App Toolkit. Shoes is simple and straightforward.

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If you learn Shoes and Ruby programming, your programming life would become much more enjoyable!

Who’s It For?

You need some background in Core Ruby to make the most out of this course.

Dates

The course starts on 7th Aug. 2010. It’s a two week course. You first need to register on the site and then enroll into the course.

What Will I Learn?

The brief outline of this course is:

Now this time, let’s celebrate WhyDay by creating your own Shoes app!! :-D

Previous Exercises:

Course conducted by?

The course is conducted by Shoeserashbb (Satoshi Asakawa) from Japan with 24×7 help from the assistant teachers, mentors and patrons at RubyLearning.

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Early Bird Registration Discounts

  • For the first 10 registrations, Course Fee: US$ 3 per participant
  • For the next 30 registrations, Course Fee US$ 4 per participant
  • After the first 40 registrations, Course Fee US$ 5 per participant

The course fee goes towards maintaining RubyLearning and helps provide quality content to you.

The first six batches were a run-away success. So hurry, registrations have started.

This FAQ would help answer most of your queries.

Looking for Sponsors

RubyLearning.org is looking for 4 course sponsors with 180×180 banners to be hosted on the course site. For details email at satish.talim@gmail.com.

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