Re: [seattle-rails] UW Rails Classes Update

From: Franklin W.
Sent on: Thursday, November 3, 2011 9:57 PM
You can also check out some of the prepared content on Github.


My hope from the beginning for this course was to actually spend more time learning a large number of tools around Ruby to make it easier to learn Ruby and engage with the community.  I'd love any feedback or suggestions on the exercises in the Github project.

I also am interested in knowing if people would be able to give small presentations for the third class in the series. I am looking for individuals that would love to show off their infrastructure, how Rails plays a part, and what other technologies you employ.

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Franklin Webber

On Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 3:30 PM, Ivan Storck wrote:

Thanks Erfon!  Frank is doing a great job teaching the first course. If any of you have questions about the Ruby on Rails course feel free to contact me.

Here's the link to the courses:

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Ivan Storck
Web Developer
Center for Commercialization
University of Washington
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