Want to learn Ruby


(Aleeious Engine) #1

So I heard Ruby on Rails is a hot topic, and would like to learn both Ruby
and Ruby on Rails. I have looked into some online courses like
http://www.codeplace.com which teaches you to create 4 real world
applications. Also am looking at 2 courses on udemy in perticular
https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/ and
https://www.udemy.com/professional-rails-5-development-course/ . The
codeplace one is normally $397/yr, but there is a sale on stacksocial that
allows you to get a lifetime subscription for $49. The udemy courses are
normally $194.90, but there is also a sale going on that allows you to but
them for $9.99 each. Has anyone taken any of these courses and if so what
is your opnion on them? Do you have any better recommendions for learning
Ruby and Ruby on Rails? For the record i am a visual learner. [image:
:slight_smile:]

Sincerely,

Aleeious


(Bruno Gerotto) #2

Hey Aleeious, I don't know the courses that you mentioning, but I strongly
recommend the https://rubymonk.com/ course.

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Em seg, 11 de jun de 2018 às 21:18, Aleeious Engine <aleeious@gmail.com> escreveu:

So I heard Ruby on Rails is a hot topic, and would like to learn both Ruby
and Ruby on Rails. I have looked into some online courses like
http://www.codeplace.com which teaches you to create 4 real world
applications. Also am looking at 2 courses on udemy in perticular
https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/ and
https://www.udemy.com/professional-rails-5-development-course/ . The
codeplace one is normally $397/yr, but there is a sale on stacksocial that
allows you to get a lifetime subscription for $49. The udemy courses are
normally $194.90, but there is also a sale going on that allows you to but
them for $9.99 each. Has anyone taken any of these courses and if so what
is your opnion on them? Do you have any better recommendions for learning
Ruby and Ruby on Rails? For the record i am a visual learner. [image:
:slight_smile:]

Sincerely,

Aleeious

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(Jason Franz) #3

I am unfamiliar with the courses you mentioned, but the courses offered on
those sites are almost perpetually on sale. I agree with Brunos suggestion
to utilize RubyMonk and would consider Codecademy for an introduction to
Ruby as well: https://www.codecademy.com/catalog/language/ruby.

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On Mon, Jun 11, 2018 at 7:10 PM, Bruno Gerotto <bedgerotto@gmail.com> wrote:

Hey Aleeious, I don't know the courses that you mentioning, but I strongly
recommend the https://rubymonk.com/ course.

Em seg, 11 de jun de 2018 às 21:18, Aleeious Engine <aleeious@gmail.com> > escreveu:

So I heard Ruby on Rails is a hot topic, and would like to learn both
Ruby and Ruby on Rails. I have looked into some online courses like
http://www.codeplace.com which teaches you to create 4 real world
applications. Also am looking at 2 courses on udemy in perticular
https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/ and ht
tps://www.udemy.com/professional-rails-5-development-course/ . The
codeplace one is normally $397/yr, but there is a sale on stacksocial that
allows you to get a lifetime subscription for $49. The udemy courses are
normally $194.90, but there is also a sale going on that allows you to but
them for $9.99 each. Has anyone taken any of these courses and if so what
is your opnion on them? Do you have any better recommendions for learning
Ruby and Ruby on Rails? For the record i am a visual learner. [image:
:slight_smile:]

Sincerely,

Aleeious

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(Karthikeyan A K) #4

Try my book https://mindaslab.github.io/I-Love-Ruby/

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On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 5:48 AM, Aleeious Engine <aleeious@gmail.com> wrote:

So I heard Ruby on Rails is a hot topic, and would like to learn both Ruby
and Ruby on Rails. I have looked into some online courses like
http://www.codeplace.com which teaches you to create 4 real world
applications. Also am looking at 2 courses on udemy in perticular
https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/ and ht
tps://www.udemy.com/professional-rails-5-development-course/ . The
codeplace one is normally $397/yr, but there is a sale on stacksocial that
allows you to get a lifetime subscription for $49. The udemy courses are
normally $194.90, but there is also a sale going on that allows you to but
them for $9.99 each. Has anyone taken any of these courses and if so what
is your opnion on them? Do you have any better recommendions for learning
Ruby and Ruby on Rails? For the record i am a visual learner. [image:
:slight_smile:]

Sincerely,

Aleeious

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(Mugurel Chirica) #5

If you enjoy more learning from a video course I can personally recommend
one of your options
https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/, but the
other one seems good as well.
My suggestion is to play the preview videos on both courses and see which
one you like best.

If you like to hack at new things right away then https://rubymonk.com and
https://www.codecademy.com/catalog/language/ruby is great (like Bruno and
Jason suggested).

http://exercism.io/languages/ruby/about is also a great choice if you like
to solve problems to learn how a language works.

Anything should be fine if you persevere, and if you are stuck with
anything feel free to email us here and we can help you.

Good luck with the learning


(Michal Pekar) #6

Thank you Mugurel for all the good links there.

I'm in the same situation as Aleeious but already got some basics of ruby
in. I have finished Learn Ruby The Hard Way and looking for something
similar to rubymonk but mainly for rails? I know that it's written in ruby
but there are fair amount of things what are rails specifics. How to write
good tests? What do I need to generate and when?

Do you know if there is any good tutorial about this?

···

On Tue, 12 Jun 2018, 09:51 Mugurel Chirica, <chirica.mugurel@gmail.com> wrote:

If you enjoy more learning from a video course I can personally recommend
one of your options
https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/, but
the other one seems good as well.
My suggestion is to play the preview videos on both courses and see which
one you like best.

If you like to hack at new things right away then https://rubymonk.com
and https://www.codecademy.com/catalog/language/ruby is great (like Bruno
and Jason suggested).

http://exercism.io/languages/ruby/about is also a great choice if you
like to solve problems to learn how a language works.

Anything should be fine if you persevere, and if you are stuck with
anything feel free to email us here and we can help you.

Good luck with the learning

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(Ralph Shnelvar) #7

Re: Want to learn Ruby
Aleeious,

Let me start off with this:

I enjoy Ruby. It is an elegant - beautiful - computer language. Ruby on Rails (RoR) is - in my opinion - almost as elegant.

Having said that, I advise you to carefully consider whether Ruby and RoR are where you want to invest your time, energy and money.

Check out:

https://www.quora.com/What-percentage-of-startups-use-Ruby-on-Rails

https://medium.com/@TechMagic/nodejs-vs-ruby-on-rails-comparison-2017-which-is-the-best-for-web-development-9aae7a3f08bf

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/10-best-programming-languages-jobs-demand-market-sumit-chauhan

Disclaimer:

I have made my investment in Ruby and RoR.

Ralph

Monday, June 11, 2018, 6:18:13 PM, you wrote:

So I heard Ruby on Rails is a hot topic, and would like to learn both Ruby and Ruby on Rails. I have looked into some online courses like http://www.codeplace.com which teaches you to create 4 real world applications. Also am looking at 2 courses on udemy in perticular https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/ and https://www.udemy.com/professional-rails-5-development-course/ . The codeplace one is normally $397/yr, but there is a sale on stacksocial that allows you to get a lifetime subscription for $49. The udemy courses are normally $194.90, but there is also a sale going on that allows you to but them for $9.99 each. Has anyone taken any of these courses and if so what is your opnion on them? Do you have any better recommendions for learning Ruby and Ruby on Rails? For the record i am a visual learner.

Sincerely,

Aleeious

Ralph


(Mugurel Chirica) #8

Thank you Mugurel for all the good links there.

I'm in the same situation as Aleeious but already got some basics of ruby
in. I have finished Learn Ruby The Hard Way and looking for something
similar to rubymonk but mainly for rails? I know that it's written in ruby
but there are fair amount of things what are rails specifics. How to write
good tests? What do I need to generate and when?

Do you know if there is any good tutorial about this?

I'll answer in this email thread since it might help Aleeious as well, and
hopefully might help others that are interested.

There is https://www.railstutorial.org/book (which is free and good
quality).

If you don't mind buying books I can recommend these:

*Rails 4 in action - Manning*

This one is for Rails 4 but I enjoyed it very much and most of the details
should still be relevant, and sometimes you'll have to deal with older
versions of Rails anyway.
It also touches a bit on how to test Rails.

*Agile Web Development with Rails 5.1 - The pragmatic programmers*

Thesting is a bit more difficult but these books helped a lot:

*Rails 5 Test Prescriptions - The pragmatic programmers*

and maybe *Effective Testing with RSpec 3*

You can get most out of these books if you write the code and run it
yourself as you read the books.

Hope that helps.

Cheers


(Aleeious Engine) #9

Yes, thank you for all the links. I actually specifically want to get into
rails development but understand i need to learn ruby first. I eventually
want to create a text based browser game using ruby and rails. Something
simple at first. From basic observations rubies generators and scaffolding
tools looks like it will make my project dev easier.

Aleeious

···

On Tue, Jun 12, 2018, 10:07 AM Mugurel Chirica <chirica.mugurel@gmail.com> wrote:

Thank you Mugurel for all the good links there.

I'm in the same situation as Aleeious but already got some basics of
ruby in. I have finished Learn Ruby The Hard Way and looking for something
similar to rubymonk but mainly for rails? I know that it's written in ruby
but there are fair amount of things what are rails specifics. How to write
good tests? What do I need to generate and when?

Do you know if there is any good tutorial about this?

I'll answer in this email thread since it might help Aleeious as well, and
hopefully might help others that are interested.

There is https://www.railstutorial.org/book (which is free and good
quality).

If you don't mind buying books I can recommend these:

*Rails 4 in action - Manning*

This one is for Rails 4 but I enjoyed it very much and most of the details
should still be relevant, and sometimes you'll have to deal with older
versions of Rails anyway.
It also touches a bit on how to test Rails.

*Agile Web Development with Rails 5.1 - The pragmatic programmers*

Thesting is a bit more difficult but these books helped a lot:

*Rails 5 Test Prescriptions - The pragmatic programmers*

and maybe *Effective Testing with RSpec 3*

You can get most out of these books if you write the code and run it
yourself as you read the books.

Hope that helps.

Cheers

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(Bryan Finlayson) #10

Hi Aleeiuos,

Specifically for getting some decent introductory hands-on experience with
Rails, I recommend going through the Hartl tutorial:
https://www.railstutorial.org/book.

Additionally, though they are somewhat out dated now, I would also
recommend Mackenzie Child's 12-in-12 challenge where he walks you through
building 12 small Rails apps in 12 weeks: https://youtu.be/7-1HCWbu7iU. I
think he's on Rails 3 or 4, but most of the content should still be valid.

Sincerely,

Bryan Finlayson, M.A., M.B.A., Lead Developer
Metova, Inc.
www.metova.com

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On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 11:40 PM, Aleeious Engine <aleeious@gmail.com> wrote:

Yes, thank you for all the links. I actually specifically want to get into
rails development but understand i need to learn ruby first. I eventually
want to create a text based browser game using ruby and rails. Something
simple at first. From basic observations rubies generators and scaffolding
tools looks like it will make my project dev easier.

Aleeious

On Tue, Jun 12, 2018, 10:07 AM Mugurel Chirica <chirica.mugurel@gmail.com> > wrote:

Thank you Mugurel for all the good links there.

I'm in the same situation as Aleeious but already got some basics of
ruby in. I have finished Learn Ruby The Hard Way and looking for something
similar to rubymonk but mainly for rails? I know that it's written in ruby
but there are fair amount of things what are rails specifics. How to write
good tests? What do I need to generate and when?

Do you know if there is any good tutorial about this?

I'll answer in this email thread since it might help Aleeious as well,
and hopefully might help others that are interested.

There is https://www.railstutorial.org/book (which is free and good
quality).

If you don't mind buying books I can recommend these:

*Rails 4 in action - Manning*

This one is for Rails 4 but I enjoyed it very much and most of the
details should still be relevant, and sometimes you'll have to deal with
older versions of Rails anyway.
It also touches a bit on how to test Rails.

*Agile Web Development with Rails 5.1 - The pragmatic programmers*

Thesting is a bit more difficult but these books helped a lot:

*Rails 5 Test Prescriptions - The pragmatic programmers*

and maybe *Effective Testing with RSpec 3*

You can get most out of these books if you write the code and run it
yourself as you read the books.

Hope that helps.

Cheers

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(Bryan Beshore) #11

Aleeious,

Codeplace was great, and worth the price. I recommend. I also recommend Go Rails.

If you want to dig deeper into ruby, which I recommend, but not necessary immediately, I’d look at Launch School.

···

On Jun 13, 2018, at 8:37 AM, Bryan Finlayson <bryan.finlayson@metova.com> wrote:

Hi Aleeiuos,

Specifically for getting some decent introductory hands-on experience with Rails, I recommend going through the Hartl tutorial: https://www.railstutorial.org/book.

Additionally, though they are somewhat out dated now, I would also recommend Mackenzie Child's 12-in-12 challenge where he walks you through building 12 small Rails apps in 12 weeks: https://youtu.be/7-1HCWbu7iU. I think he's on Rails 3 or 4, but most of the content should still be valid.

Sincerely,

Bryan Finlayson, M.A., M.B.A., Lead Developer
Metova, Inc.
www.metova.com

On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 11:40 PM, Aleeious Engine <aleeious@gmail.com> wrote:
Yes, thank you for all the links. I actually specifically want to get into rails development but understand i need to learn ruby first. I eventually want to create a text based browser game using ruby and rails. Something simple at first. From basic observations rubies generators and scaffolding tools looks like it will make my project dev easier.

Aleeious

On Tue, Jun 12, 2018, 10:07 AM Mugurel Chirica <chirica.mugurel@gmail.com> wrote:

Thank you Mugurel for all the good links there.

I'm in the same situation as Aleeious but already got some basics of ruby in. I have finished Learn Ruby The Hard Way and looking for something similar to rubymonk but mainly for rails? I know that it's written in ruby but there are fair amount of things what are rails specifics. How to write good tests? What do I need to generate and when?

Do you know if there is any good tutorial about this?

I'll answer in this email thread since it might help Aleeious as well, and hopefully might help others that are interested.

There is https://www.railstutorial.org/book (which is free and good quality).

If you don't mind buying books I can recommend these:

Rails 4 in action - Manning

This one is for Rails 4 but I enjoyed it very much and most of the details should still be relevant, and sometimes you'll have to deal with older versions of Rails anyway.
It also touches a bit on how to test Rails.

Agile Web Development with Rails 5.1 - The pragmatic programmers

Thesting is a bit more difficult but these books helped a lot:

Rails 5 Test Prescriptions - The pragmatic programmers

and maybe Effective Testing with RSpec 3

You can get most out of these books if you write the code and run it yourself as you read the books.

Hope that helps.

Cheers

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(syed shahid) #12

Have a look on RailsCast <http://railscasts.com/> as well.

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On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 6:23 PM, Bryan Beshore <bryan.beshore@gmail.com> wrote:

Aleeious,

Codeplace was great, and worth the price. I recommend. I also recommend Go
Rails.

If you want to dig deeper into ruby, which I recommend, but not necessary
immediately, I’d look at Launch School.

On Jun 13, 2018, at 8:37 AM, Bryan Finlayson <bryan.finlayson@metova.com> > wrote:

Hi Aleeiuos,

Specifically for getting some decent introductory hands-on experience with
Rails, I recommend going through the Hartl tutorial: https://www.
railstutorial.org/book.

Additionally, though they are somewhat out dated now, I would also
recommend Mackenzie Child's 12-in-12 challenge where he walks you through
building 12 small Rails apps in 12 weeks: https://youtu.be/7-1HCWbu7iU. I
think he's on Rails 3 or 4, but most of the content should still be valid.

Sincerely,

Bryan Finlayson, M.A., M.B.A., Lead Developer
Metova, Inc.
www.metova.com

On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 11:40 PM, Aleeious Engine <aleeious@gmail.com> > wrote:

Yes, thank you for all the links. I actually specifically want to get
into rails development but understand i need to learn ruby first. I
eventually want to create a text based browser game using ruby and rails.
Something simple at first. From basic observations rubies generators and
scaffolding tools looks like it will make my project dev easier.

Aleeious

On Tue, Jun 12, 2018, 10:07 AM Mugurel Chirica <chirica.mugurel@gmail.com> >> wrote:

Thank you Mugurel for all the good links there.

I'm in the same situation as Aleeious but already got some basics of
ruby in. I have finished Learn Ruby The Hard Way and looking for something
similar to rubymonk but mainly for rails? I know that it's written in ruby
but there are fair amount of things what are rails specifics. How to write
good tests? What do I need to generate and when?

Do you know if there is any good tutorial about this?

I'll answer in this email thread since it might help Aleeious as well,
and hopefully might help others that are interested.

There is https://www.railstutorial.org/book (which is free and good
quality).

If you don't mind buying books I can recommend these:

*Rails 4 in action - Manning*

This one is for Rails 4 but I enjoyed it very much and most of the
details should still be relevant, and sometimes you'll have to deal with
older versions of Rails anyway.
It also touches a bit on how to test Rails.

*Agile Web Development with Rails 5.1 - The pragmatic programmers*

Thesting is a bit more difficult but these books helped a lot:

*Rails 5 Test Prescriptions - The pragmatic programmers*

and maybe *Effective Testing with RSpec 3*

You can get most out of these books if you write the code and run it
yourself as you read the books.

Hope that helps.

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(Aleeious Engine) #13

Aleeious,

Codeplace was great, and worth the price. I recommend. I also recommend

Go Rails.

If you want to dig deeper into ruby, which I recommend, but not necessary

immediately, I’d look at Launch School.

Are you able to still login to the course? Has the course been updated for
the latest Ruby and Rails release? The last activity on their twitter
account is 13th of October 2016 and Feburary 17 on their blog. I have tried
contacting them via email awhile ago and all i got was an auto-response and
nothing else.

Quote:

Hello ________,

We received your email request! Someone from our team will get back to you
as soon as possible.

Thank you!

How long does it take to get a response from them usually?

Regards,

Aleeious

···

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 8:53 AM, Bryan Beshore <bryan.beshore@gmail.com> wrote:

Aleeious,

Codeplace was great, and worth the price. I recommend. I also recommend Go
Rails.

If you want to dig deeper into ruby, which I recommend, but not necessary
immediately, I’d look at Launch School.

On Jun 13, 2018, at 8:37 AM, Bryan Finlayson <bryan.finlayson@metova.com> > wrote:

Hi Aleeiuos,

Specifically for getting some decent introductory hands-on experience with
Rails, I recommend going through the Hartl tutorial: https://www.
railstutorial.org/book.

Additionally, though they are somewhat out dated now, I would also
recommend Mackenzie Child's 12-in-12 challenge where he walks you through
building 12 small Rails apps in 12 weeks: https://youtu.be/7-1HCWbu7iU. I
think he's on Rails 3 or 4, but most of the content should still be valid.

Sincerely,

Bryan Finlayson, M.A., M.B.A., Lead Developer
Metova, Inc.
www.metova.com

On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 11:40 PM, Aleeious Engine <aleeious@gmail.com> > wrote:

Yes, thank you for all the links. I actually specifically want to get
into rails development but understand i need to learn ruby first. I
eventually want to create a text based browser game using ruby and rails.
Something simple at first. From basic observations rubies generators and
scaffolding tools looks like it will make my project dev easier.

Aleeious

On Tue, Jun 12, 2018, 10:07 AM Mugurel Chirica <chirica.mugurel@gmail.com> >> wrote:

Thank you Mugurel for all the good links there.

I'm in the same situation as Aleeious but already got some basics of
ruby in. I have finished Learn Ruby The Hard Way and looking for something
similar to rubymonk but mainly for rails? I know that it's written in ruby
but there are fair amount of things what are rails specifics. How to write
good tests? What do I need to generate and when?

Do you know if there is any good tutorial about this?

I'll answer in this email thread since it might help Aleeious as well,
and hopefully might help others that are interested.

There is https://www.railstutorial.org/book (which is free and good
quality).

If you don't mind buying books I can recommend these:

*Rails 4 in action - Manning*

This one is for Rails 4 but I enjoyed it very much and most of the
details should still be relevant, and sometimes you'll have to deal with
older versions of Rails anyway.
It also touches a bit on how to test Rails.

*Agile Web Development with Rails 5.1 - The pragmatic programmers*

Thesting is a bit more difficult but these books helped a lot:

*Rails 5 Test Prescriptions - The pragmatic programmers*

and maybe *Effective Testing with RSpec 3*

You can get most out of these books if you write the code and run it
yourself as you read the books.

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(Albert Dadoyan) #14

Or you can try this one
If you enjoy more learning from a video course I can personally recommend
one of your options https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-
developer-course/, but the other one seems good as well.
My suggestion is to play the preview videos on both courses and see which
one you like best.

If you like to hack at new things right away then https://rubymonk.com and
https://www.codecademy.com/catalog/language/ruby is great (like Bruno and
Jason suggested).

http://exercism.io/languages/ruby/about is also a great choice if you like
to solve problems to learn how a language works.

Anything should be fine if you persevere, and if you are stuck with
anything feel free to email us here and we can help you.

Good luck with the learning

LearnRubyTheHardWay.pdf (448 KB)


(William Rodriguez) #15

Hi Albert

Just thanksgiven for this resources of Ruby!

Thanks

<https://about.me/williamxlr?promo=email_sig>

William Rodriguez

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Asunto: Re: Want to learn Ruby

Or you can try this one

If you enjoy more learning from a video course I can personally recommend one of your options https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/, but the other one seems good as well.
My suggestion is to play the preview videos on both courses and see which one you like best.

If you like to hack at new things right away then https://rubymonk.com and https://www.codecademy.com/catalog/language/ruby is great (like Bruno and Jason suggested).

http://exercism.io/languages/ruby/about is also a great choice if you like to solve problems to learn how a language works.

Anything should be fine if you persevere, and if you are stuck with anything feel free to email us here and we can help you.

Good luck with the learning


(Ale Miralles) #16

If you want to master ruby, you should definitely checkout David Black's
book https://amzn.to/2A5sCRB

And of course, follow my series "mastering data structures in ruby" :wink:

Cheers!
Ale Miralles
http://amiralles.net

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On Thu, 11 Oct 2018 at 18:30, William Rodriguez <wara65@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hi Albert

Just thanksgiven for this resources of Ruby!

Thanks

William Rodriguez
about.me/williamxlr
<https://about.me/williamxlr?promo=email_sig>

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Dadoyan <albert.dadoyan717@gmail.com>
*Enviado:* martes, 12 de junio de 2018 4:02 a.m.
*Para:* Ruby users
*Asunto:* Re: Want to learn Ruby

Or you can try this one
If you enjoy more learning from a video course I can personally recommend
one of your options
https://www.udemy.com/the-complete-ruby-on-rails-developer-course/, but
the other one seems good as well.
My suggestion is to play the preview videos on both courses and see which
one you like best.

If you like to hack at new things right away then https://rubymonk.com
and https://www.codecademy.com/catalog/language/ruby is great (like Bruno
and Jason suggested).

http://exercism.io/languages/ruby/about is also a great choice if you
like to solve problems to learn how a language works.

Anything should be fine if you persevere, and if you are stuck with
anything feel free to email us here and we can help you.

Good luck with the learning

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