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Re: [NYC-rb] a RoR class for developers @ GA in January

From: Kfir S.
Sent on: Monday, December 19, 2011 2:20 PM
I don't want to put you down or sound like a jerk but any programmer
should be able to learn Rails without paying $2,800
Documentation is excellent, free online resources are plenty,
community is strong etc.

On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 11:46 AM, dB. <[address removed]> wrote:
> Forgive me for shameless advertising. I am teaching a RoR for Developers
> class @ in January. It's almost full, but there're a few
> spots left.
> https://generalass...­
> Pass it to your programmer friends that are stuck doing C#/Java/APL @ the
> Megacorp.
> It's a 6-week thing, twice a week for a couple of evening hours. We're going
> to assume you know how to program, do a quick intro to git, learn enough
> Ruby to be dangerous, build a rack application followed by a rails
> application from scratch. There will be lots of TDD/BDD, real world
> experiences and, hopefully, an open-source project that the class will
> collaborate on.
> Also, if you have any good ideas about topics that programmers learning Ruby
> / Rails would want to cover, I'd be very happy to hear some suggestions!
> cheers
> dB.
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