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Zero to Rails 3 Training

From: Bala P.
Sent on: Wednesday, December 1, 2010 5:29 PM
When: December 20-23, 2010
Where: Live on your desktop
Who: You and Abie Hadjitarkhani, Ruby on Rails Master Instructor

By the end of the course, you will have the skills necessary to build and deploy a Rails 3 application with confidence. Drawing from the experience of Engine Yard?s team of Ruby on Rails experts, this course content focuses on what you really need to know and provides a solid foundation in Ruby as well as Rails. Since the course is based on Rails 3, you will be able to take advantage of the latest features of the Rails 3 framework.
Topics To Be Covered:

* Ruby: An introduction to the highly dynamic scripting language that makes Rails possible.

* Rails 3: What you need to know to get productive now.

* Active Record: In-depth coverage of how to use Rails to do the database heavy lifting for you.

* REST: Learn the power of RESTful design to build instant APIs for your web applications, as well as easing the scoping process on new projects.

* Test Driven Development: Add confidence and maintainability to your development cycle. Kill bugs once without fear of regressions!

* Hosting and Deployment: The future is in the cloud! See how easy it can be to launch and scale a production application on the Engine Yard AppCloud and a wide array of third party services.

* RubyGems and Plugins: Make use of the increasingly large ecosystem of open source Ruby libraries.

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