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Chase Lee29,275 Points
What Order to do Ruby in?
I was wondering what order to do the Ruby projects in.
I'm going to do the Become a Web Designer learning adventure but noticed that it didn't include the 'Advanced Social Features in Ruby on Rails' project.
Should I do this after I finish the learning adventure or try to integrate into the Adventure?
Thanks for the advice in advance.
My thoughts on ruby personally are to do the console first, then do ruby basics to get a feel for the language and then do all of the ruby on rails things. I only suggest this because I started running into a lot of errors while doing the ruby on rails things and I had wished I had a better grasp on the language so I both knew what the errors meant and how to fix them especially some of my syntax errors. But for sure the integration of the advanced features should be last.