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Ruby on Rails Fundamentals class in SF

From: Andrea Heilbronner Ä.
Sent on: Friday, August 14, 2009 8:03 PM
Hey East Bay Ruby!
I know this is in SF, but having looked for Ruby classes myself before deciding to just start my own, I know there's not that much out there- thought it might be worth commuting for some people.

Ruby on Rails Fundamentals Class
Tuesdays 8/25 - 9/29 6:30-8:30pm
Jewish Community Center
3200 California Street, SF, CA
Cost: $190 for JCC members, $200 public

Come learn Ruby on Rails from SF Ruby Meetup's famous Sarah Allen- one of the two Sarah's behind the Ruby Workshops for Women.? This is a great class for anyone interested in continuing where the Workshop for Women left off, or anyone techy who'd like to learn Ruby.You will learn how to create data-driven web applications with Ruby on Rails. Through test-driven and exploratory development, you will become familiar with ActiveRecord, including associations. You will gain an understanding of the SQL implicitly written through your Ruby code. You will learn about customizing views, view helpers, routes and controller actions. At the end of this class, the "generate scaffold" command will hold no magic. There will be short assignments that you will be expected to accomplish between classes. Class size is limited to 12 and expected to sell out; if the class is full you can join the wait list for priority registration in the next class.

The SF Ruby Meetup group is holding an optional Install Fest on Monday, August 24th at 6pm - 8pm at the JCC. Drop by with your laptop and get help installing everything you need to get started!

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