12 Mar '12, 12am

Past RubyLearning's #Ruby #programming students can refresh their Ruby for free. Let me know if interested.

The Mentors shall give you URL’s of pages and sometimes some extra notes; you need to read through. Read the pre-class reading material at a convenient time of your choice – the dates mentioned are just for your guideline. While reading, please make a note of all your doubts, queries, questions, clarifications, comments about the lesson and after you have completed all the pages, post these on the forum under the relevant lesson . There could be some questions that relate to something that has not been mentioned or discussed by the mentors thus far; you could post the same too. Please remember that with every post, do mention the operating system of your computer. The mentor shall highlight the important points that you need to remember for that day’s session. There could be exercises every day. Please do them. Participate in the forum for asking and answering questions or...

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