Ruby on Rails screencast / course

August 8, 2009 at 6:03 pm 1 comment

If you haven’t seen it yet, a good way to start off with Ruby on Rails is this Berkeley screencast / course. It’s pretty long, so make a cup of tea / coffee and get comfortable.

There are 4 parts of the course, the 1st is a (very basic) intro to web development and Rails and the guy must have drunk way to much coffee ;), the 2nd is an introduction to Ruby, which sometimes goes way too deep into peculiarities of the language for the beginners, but is still a useful intro, the 3rd,4th go back to Rails.

Part 1 – Intro to Rails

Part 2 – Intro to Ruby

Part 3 – More Rails

Part 4 – Rails Active Record

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