A bright new gem - updated Ruby training
We've been running Ruby courses for a number of years, and in that time we've seen the language move up from being a one-application platform (Ruby on Rails) to a whole lot wider uses. Still Rails, but also many other data handling tasks, web site checking tools such as Cucumber, Selenium, Watir web drivers and so on.
Ruby users have moved on from being Perl converts looking to use short sections of script in web pages into a whole wide range of much more diverse and intense uses, and delegates haven't necessarily come from a Perl background so take a little longer to comfortably pick up the philosophy of some elements of the language, many of which are shared with Perl. So we've taken the decision to extend each of our fundamental Ruby courses by a day. We now offer
• Learning to Program in Ruby
- a five day course for newcomers to programming (or those who have programmed before but are feeling a little rusty)
• Ruby Programming
- a four day course for delegates with significant prior programming experience.
By offering these alternative courses, we're ensuring that newcomers to coding won't get left behind, but that at te same time experienced programmers won't have to sit through the basics. That formula has worked well for us up to now, and will continue to do so on the extended courses.
Our Introduction to Ruby on Rails
course - a useful one day follow on for delegates using Ruby within a Rails environment - will be run upon request through to the end of 2015, and we'll also run on request our Regular Expressions Day
tailored as required for how regular expressions are used under Ruby.
Course descriptions / dates / links mention in the article have been updated on our web site; further updates to other course sets will be posted over coming days. (written 2014-09-16)
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