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For 2021 - online Python 3 training - see ((here)).

Our plans were to retire in summer 2020 and see the world, but Coronavirus has lead us into a lot of lockdown programming in Python 3 and PHP 7.
We can now offer tailored online training - small groups, real tutors - works really well for groups of 4 to 14 delegates. Anywhere in the world; course language English.

Please ask about private 'maintenance' training for Python 2, Tcl, Perl, PHP, Lua, etc.
Ruby, Ruby, Ruby. Rails, Rails, Rails.

We passed through New York on our way up from Washington DC to Albany, NY State; a 3-hour layover gave us a chance for a quick meal (there's no better city for a choice of foods), and a chance to look through a book store (there's no better country to look through the shelves for the next trend).

Our Ruby course has been quiet so far, but here in the shelves in Borders right beside Penn Central Station have blossomed with books on the subject while other subjects have shrunk. A sign, I believe, that we've picked the right subject with Ruby and we'll be busy with training in the subject in the next year or two. I recall a similar slow take off in the early days of our Python Course but now it's one of our "winners" - from Edinburgh to Melksham and from Helsinki to - this week - Albany.

Update, January 2010 with two successive Ruby courses running with just a couple of days between them, I felt it was time to come back and add an update to this old article. We now have three distinct and different public Ruby courses - Learning to program in Ruby which is a training course for newcomers to programming, Ruby Programming - a training course in Ruby for those who have programmed before, but in a different language, and Ruby on Rails - an optional extra day for those delegates who will be using Ruby on a server in the Rails framework.


(written 2007-08-13, updated 2010-01-31)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
R202 - Ruby on Rails
  [1050] The HTML++ Metalanguage - (2007-01-22)
  [1375] Python v Ruby - (2007-10-02)
  [1745] Moodle, Drupal, Django (and Rails) - (2008-08-08)
  [2605] Ruby on Rails - a sample application to teach you how - (2010-01-30)
  [2607] Answers on Ruby on Rails - (2010-01-30)
  [2609] Scope of variables - important to Ruby on Rails - (2010-01-31)
  [3624] Why do we need a Model, View, Controller architecture? - (2012-02-25)
  [3756] Ruby on Rails - how it flows, and where the files go - (2012-06-08)
  [3772] Hello World - Ruby on Rails - a checklist of each step - (2012-06-22)
  [3777] Multiple views in a single appication - sharing common parts of the template - Ruby on Rails - (2012-06-23)
  [3778] Providing a form to allow the user to add data to the model - Ruby on Rails - (2012-06-23)
  [3779] Adding validation to form entries and sticky fields - Ruby on Rails - (2012-06-23)
  [3780] Ruby of Rails - cleanly displaying model data in the view - (2012-06-23)
  [3919] What is a web framework? - (2012-11-10)
  [4010] Really Simple Rails - (2013-02-17)
  [4013] Web Frameworks - nested templates - (2013-02-22)

R101 - Ruby - Introduction
  [550] 2006 - Making business a pleasure - (2006-01-01)
  [664] Ruby course - oops - it's not happening - (2006-04-01)
  [1027] Cue the music, I'm happy. - (2007-01-09)
  [1041] Learnt in London - Ruby, Martini, Coral and the Core - (2007-01-17)
  [1887] Ruby Programming Course - Saturday and Sunday - (2008-11-16)
  [2286] New to programming? It is natural (but needless) for you to be nervous - (2009-07-14)
  [2287] Learning to program in Ruby - examples of the programming basics - (2009-07-15)
  [4369] Ruby - the second rung of learning the language - (2014-12-28)
  [4498] Ruby - where one statement ends and the next begins - (2015-05-26)


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