Ruby MasterClass - Baby Steps Module

  • 2018-07-02 05:03 PM
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Brief and basic presentation about the Ruby programming language. The Ruby MasterClass consists of four main modules. Baby Steps, Gearing Up, Building up and Metaprogramming module. The whole course will cover in deep all aspects which makes Ruby a powerful language.

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The first module will be composed of the basics in order to advance smoothly to the next module where all the fun begins.

#WARNING: This module does not have the intent to teach you Ruby in depth, the idea is just to make you interested on learning Ruby.

The second module(course) will cover the ruby language as a whole. You will learn how to program in Ruby, understand how to use most of the methods, code blocks, Object Orientation and many, many more.

The third module(course) will take all the knowledge that we’ve learned in the previous modules. We are going to create more elaborated programs, dissect and analyze the behavior behind the scenes. Stay tuned for release date.

And the last module(course) will bring your knowledge to the next level, covering in deep metaprogramming. Stay tuned for release date.

Ruby MasterClass - Baby Steps Module is Free. Baby Steps module will give you a good overview to move forward to the next part of the Ruby MasterClass Journey. We’ll cover aspects that are not taught in most of the online Ruby courses. See below some topics…

  • What is Ruby
  • Ruby’s files structure
  • Key elements of Ruby syntax
  • Some example programs
  • Useful built-in Ruby tools
  • Ruby Indentifiers
  • Method Call
  • Load and require
  • Command line tools
  • Running and checking your code
  • Split your program in more than one file. etc

Who is the target audience?

  • Anyone who wants to learn to code

Video source via: Udemy