Ruby for Beginners
Ruby Programming Skills are vital for Ruby on Rails development. These tutorials will teach you Ruby fast!
So maybe you tried out Ruby on Rails, but found it too hard, because you didn’t know the Ruby programming language.
Maybe you have worked a bit with Ruby and want to learn it properly. After all it has many uses, including games.
Perhaps your boss or client threw you in the deep end with a Ruby on Rails project, and you are struggling with Ruby?
Or maybe you just decided you would like to add the Ruby programming language to your resume to give yourself some better opportunities.
If so, you are in the right place.
This course is going to teach you have to program in the Ruby programming language. No previous programming experience is assumed.
This is the perfect primer for developers looking to tackle Ruby on Rails. You need to know Ruby well to be a great Ruby on Rails developer, and this course will give you the skills you need in Ruby.
Ruby is used in a wide range of fields, but is best known as a language for Web Applications, because of the Ruby on Rails framework. The general purpose nature of Ruby makes it suitable for a wide array of programming tasks, just like Perl, Python and other general purpose languages.
Ruby was originally designed with the goal of making programming fun, and in Japan, where it came from, Ruby was used to make games. You will actually learn to create a game in Ruby in this course.
Plus, Ruby programming code reads like English and that makes it a lot easier to understand if you are just starting out as a programmer.
As a dynamically typed language, Ruby does not have all of those hard rules other languages do, and in many respects is similar to spoken languages. This empowers you by giving you flexibility to solve problems in a more human way than other programming languages.
What is covered?
Some of the features covered in the course include…
The Ruby Class
Conditional Assignment Operators
If, Else, Unless, Then…
File Creation, Read, Write and Update
Generate A Webpage Using A Ruby File
Ruby Switch Statements
How to use GitHub
Built in Ruby methods
Interact With API Data
Using Ruby Gem libraries
Upload Gems to RubyGems dot org
Why enrolling in this course is the best decision you can make.
This courses uses non complicated examples to do complex things. The goal is to get you to understand exactly what you are doing and the reasons why, rather than typing in code you don’t understand. No code is glossed over, as it is important for you to understand what each line is doing.
Your instructor, Stephen Chesnowitz became a fan of Ruby and Ruby on Rails back in 2012 and dove in head first. Over the years he has worked on some pretty cool projects, and is here to share what he can and help you along your path into the world of application development using Ruby.
As a result you are dealing with someone who not only knows the Ruby language really well, but has the skills to teach things in a way that anyone can understand.
After completing this course, you will have the necessary skills to be able to use Ruby to create your own programs, and even games.
The sooner you sign up for this course, the sooner you will have the skills and knowledge you need to increase your job or consulting opportunities. Ruby skills are in high demand (via Ruby on Rails especially) and you will understand and be able to use the Ruby programming language after going through this course.
Your new job or consulting opportunity awaits!
Why not get started today?
Click the Signup button to sign up for the course!
- Basic PC computer skills
What you will learn
- Understand how to write programs in Ruby
- Be able to write your own Ruby programs and games
- Have the necessary pre-requisites to learn Ruby on Rails
Who should attend
- Anyone wanting to learn the Ruby programming language
Is available on google app?
Is available on ios?
- Lectures 117
- Quizzes 0
- Exercises 0
- Duration 16 total hours
- Skill level Beginner Level
- Students 782
- Last Updated May, 2022
The Set Up
Some Of The Basics
Welcome to Git
It's a String Thing
Ruby Loves Arithmetic
Getting Input and Interaction
Conditions and Loops
Ruby Has Class
Working With Files
Search WIth Grep
Build A Gem
Extra Information - Source code, and other stuff
2 months ago
Very good course, the final project came out of common sense, finally something different. Instead of creating a whole app, a game was created in ruby, very good, I love that! The only negative points: in relation to doubts, the instructor doesn't answer us anymore and also the Gists codes, among others that I don't find the link either. And also in terms of deploying the application that unfortunately the instructor ended the course without it... well that could have been a bonus, right? Other than that, the course was wonderful, I recommend it!
1 year ago
best teaching in details thanks
2 years ago
Concise in examples and explanation. The use of git is amazing, not many other courses teach this invaluable skill. Very well done!
3 years ago
yes a great introduction to Ruby - going on to do the rails one next!
3 years ago
The course is pretty good at showing what Ruby can do. Not sure why so much Git is involved in a beginners course.
3 years ago
Well organized, and very thorough. Great for beginner programmers
3 years ago
Losang "Cloud Monk" Jinpa, PhD, MCSE/MCT
Great voice. Good teacher.
3 years ago
So far the course has been insightful, teaching me ruby and then some
4 years ago
I was not expecting this course to be so in depth. I am glad that I enrolled in this course because in only few minutes I had my machine up and running with the tools I would need for Ruby. The instructor is very good at explaining stuff and showing you ways of coding in Ruby. You can't go wrong with this instructor.
4 years ago
Thought it was very good- since I'm a beginner to this subject, I appreciated the direct simplicity and explanation of Ruby. When he got to the last section, actually coding an entire game, it went over my head pretty fast. I had to watch with my jaw dropped and going "HUHHHH?" But that is good, I think, so when I try my own stuff and come back later, most of that coding will make sense. That's where the real-world marketable skills come in...I recommend to anyone serious about getting off the ground with Ruby.