A “FREE” Ruby Metaprogramming Course – Learn to Think in Ruby

February 8, 2013

A New Ruby Metaprogramming Course On February 24, 2013, Ruby comes of age and RubyLearning celebrates Ruby’s 20th birthday by offering you this “Free” course. Happy Birthday Ruby! After the huge success of the first seven Ruby Metaprogramming batches, RubyLearning now announces the eight batch. Course dates The online course starts on Sunday 24th Feb. […]

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All about Struct

September 6, 2012

All about Struct This guest post is by Steve Klabnik. Steve is a Rubyist, writer, and teaches Ruby and Rails classes with Jumpstart Lab. He maintains Draper, Hackety Hack, and Shoes, and contributes to Rails from time to time. One of my favorite classes in Ruby is Struct, but I feel like many Rubyists don’t know […]

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Minimal I18n with Rails 3.2

July 24, 2012

Minimal I18n with Rails 3.2 This guest post is by Fabio Akita, also known as akitaonrails. He is a known Brazilian Ruby Activist and has been the program chairman for Rubyconf Brazil 2012 for the last 5 years. He also co-founded Codeminer 42, a software boutique specialized in taking care of outsourced work from fledgling […]

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The Ongoing Vigil of Software Security

July 23, 2012

The Ongoing Vigil of Software Security This guest post is by James Schorr, who has been developing software since 1999. He is the owner of an IT consulting company, Enspiren IT Consulting, LLC.  He lives with his lovely wife, Tara, and their children in Kansas City, Missouri. James spends a lot of time writing code in many […]

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Ruby Programming 35th Batch: Registrations now open

July 16, 2012

Registrations are now open for RubyLearning’s popular Ruby programming course. This is an intensive, online course for beginners that helps you get started with Ruby programming. Here is what Demetris Demetriou, a participant who just graduated, has to say – “When I joined this course I was sceptical about how useful this course would be […]

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