An Online Intermediate Ruby Programming Course

POIRPC101-1I

Every once in a while, an online course comes along that you just can't pass up. This, we hope, will be one of those courses for you.

Know Core Ruby? Be one of the first 30 to purchase the 'Guide to Intermediate Ruby eBook' at an introductory price of US$ 9.95 only. And the course is free!

Introducing... the amazing RubyLearning's first of its kind -
One month Paid Online Intermediate Ruby Programming Course (POIRPC101-1I)
from 20th Sept. 2008
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What's an Intermediate Ruby Course?

This Intermediate Ruby Course course will bridge the gap from learning basic or core Ruby, by providing what it takes to use some of the more advanced Ruby Libraries (Core, standard, and additional) and providing the technical skill to apply Ruby in our soon to be announced Advanced Ruby Course. The Advanced Ruby course will cover such topics as: meta-programming, design patterns and best practices (OOD, TDD, BDD).

So, what makes this different than other Intermediate Ruby online courses?

We will be covering the following topics.

Interact and discuss with other course participants and teachers and have your queries answered quickly.

By the time you have finished the course and worked on the examples and assignments, you should be fairly comfortable with Intermediate Ruby and ready to take on real-life problem solving in Ruby.

How to register?

  • You can register for the course, by creating an account on the site RubyLearning.org
  • The course is based on the Guide to Intermediate Ruby eBook and includes the Guide to Intermediate Ruby eBook at an introductory price of US$ 9.95. The fee is being collected to help RubyLearning maintain the site, the Ruby courses, the Ruby eBooks, and also provide quality content to you.
  • Send the purchase details, including your first and last name entered while creating an account at RubyLearning.org to mail [at] satishtalim [dot] com
  • You will be enrolled in the course quickly.

To your success!

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