Ruby is a popular programming language that is used for everything from command line programs all the way up to large scale web applications. This track will get you familiar with the language including using Ruby's built in classes as well as creating your own and writing object oriented programs. You'll also learn how to effectively use Ruby documentation to be a better programmer.Watch Trailer Learn Ruby
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Deploying a web app to a production server involves steps that you're going to need to repeat every time you release a new version, such as pulling the changes from Git and restarting your web server. Doing it manually may not seem too bad at first, but over time the potential for mistakes adds up. So in this course, we're going to show you how to automate deploys to make them fast, easy, and safe. We'll be using the Ruby community's most popular deployment framework, Capistrano.
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Most of your Rails models are going to be connected to other models in some way. An Author has many Articles, and each Article belongs to an Author. A Doctor has many Patients, and a Patient may have many Doctors as well. Rails uses associations to make it easy to track these relationships in your database.
If you are going to start doing web development you will be thankful that you did a year from today. Raymund Sinlao