02 Jun '12, 3am

Ruby Programming 34th Batch: Registrations now open

, a participant who just graduated, has to say – “When I joined this course I was sceptical about how useful this course would be for me instead of reading material and watching videos on YouTube and thus saving money. After the course started I realised how valuable this course was. In the past I had read many Ruby books over and over, but never got into really getting practical with it and never had confidence in it. Lots of theory but couldn’t use it. I feel that the exercises in this course and the support, monitoring from our mentor Victor, made the huge difference that all books in the past didn’t. It wasn’t about reading lots of books, but simply few things and get practical and understand them well. I feel I learnt a lot and I’m coming back for more to rubylearning.org Thanks a lot Victor and Satish and all the other Rubyists who gave us today’s Ruby.”

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