We’re rapidly expanding our course offerings here at RubyLearning, trying to keep up with the enormous and ever-growing interest in “everything” Ruby. We have recently introduced four new courses
Fabio Akita is a Brazilian Rails enthusiast, also known online as “AkitaOnRails”. He regularly write posts on his own blog and had published the very first book tailored for the Brazilian audience called “Repensando a Web com Rails”. He is now a full-time Ruby on Rails developer working as Brazil Rails Practice Manager for the Utah company Surgeworks LLC.
Fabio Akita’s “AkitaOnRails” series at RubyLearning.com, for would-be Ruby developers, has been quite a hit. Today in another article, Fabio talks in depth about Ruby’s Blocks/Closures, This is a rather long article but well worth the time invested in reading it.
RubyLearning recently caught with Fabio Akita from Brazil and got his viewpoint on one of the vexing areas for beginners in Ruby – Symbols.
This is part 3 in our ongoing conversation – “Advice For Ruby Beginners“.
(This interview appeared before on 23rd Sept. 2006 on the PuneRuby blog).
Today we talk to Karmen Blake
This is part 2 in our ongoing conversation – “Advice For Ruby Beginners“.
The popularity of Ruby grows exponentially and with that, more and more people are learning the language. Recently, 400+ would-be Ruby developers from around the world registered for the Free Ruby Lessons at RubyLearning.com and more keep joining everyday. Most Ruby beginners have a plethora of questions related to the language; opportunities in Ruby; Ruby’s future.