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Ruby on Rails: Web Apps in Ruby (3-day coding intensive)


Power up your Ruby dev skills by learning Rails in this 3-day, hands-on class led by industry experts.

SKU: Ruby-On-Rails Category: Tags: , ,

Designed and instructed by experts at WeCanCodeIt in conjunction with specialists from the software development group, The Refinery.  Ruby on Rails is a powerful software library added to the Ruby programming language and allows users to efficiently build complex websites using Ruby.

Audience: Those familiar with programming and who are looking to learn Model-View-Controller patterns and web development tools using Ruby.

What you’ll learn:

Quick overview of Ruby and Object-Oriented Programming.
Model-View-Controller (MVC) patterns using Ruby on Rails.
How to make web applications with Ruby on Rails.


Basic understanding of object-oriented programming

Basic knowledge of Ruby syntax

Location: 50 Public Square, Suite 200 (Terminal Tower), Cleveland, OH 44113

Additional information


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– Andy Laytin, Manager, IT Development, SQL DBAs Architecture, University Hospitals

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