A “FREE” Online Course: Programming the Web with Ruby – 6th batch

January 3, 2014

Programming the Web with Ruby Registrations are now open for RubyLearning’s “Pay if you like“, online course on “Programming the Web with Ruby“. The first batch had over 2000 participants. Web-based applications offer many advantages, such as instant access, automatic upgrades, and opportunities for collaboration on a massive scale. However, creating Web applications requires different […]

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A “Free” online course on Sinatra – 12th batch

December 28, 2013

A “Free” online course on Sinatra – 12th batch RubyLearning announces the twelfth batch of its “Free” online “Sinatra” course starting from Saturday 1st Feb. 2014. Sinatra – quickly create tiny web apps and services Is the course really free? A lot of effort and time goes into building such a course and we would […]

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A “FREE” Git and GitHub Course – 10th batch

December 27, 2013

A “FREE” Git and GitHub Course – 10th batch Registrations are now open for RubyLearning’s popular “Pay if you like” online Git and GitHub course. This is an introductory but an intensive, online course for beginners. Here you’ll learn the essential features of both Git and GitHub that you’ll end up using every day. What’s […]

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A “FREE” Online Course: Build your own web-application framework with Ruby – 1st batch

December 24, 2013

Build your own web-application framework with Ruby Registrations are now open for RubyLearning’s “Pay if you like“, online course on “Build your own web-application framework with Ruby“. At the end of the course the participant will learn: Rack the layer on which Sinatra, Rails is built. the fundamentals of every Ruby web framework. This will […]

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An Introduction to Python programming – A Free Online Course

October 9, 2013

An Introduction to Python programming – A Free Online Course You should learn a programming language every year, as recommended by The Pragmatic Programmer. By learning a new language, you’ll broaden your perspective of programming. In 2010 we brought to you Clojure, last month we offered you Go and now we offer you a free […]

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