04 Apr '12, 8am

Ruby Certification: Ruby Study Notes - Best Ruby Guide, Ruby Tutorial:

The Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer examinations are intended for such people as engineers who design, develop, and/or operate Ruby-based systems, consultants who make Ruby-based system proposals, and instructors who teach Ruby. Those who are certified are recognized fairly for their skills as Ruby engineers and as having high levels of Ruby-based system development capabilities. Acquiring the certification makes it possible to appeal to others of the basic knowledge and application skills possessed that are necessary for Ruby-based system development. Those who pass the examination are certified by the Ruby Association as a Ruby Association Certified Ruby Programmer. Ruby - Basic Certification examination at the JavaBlackBelt Certification Community.

Full article: http://rubylearning.com/other/certification.html

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