I’m going through the Ruby lessons on Codecademy at the moment. I really like this site and think it’s good when you want to learn the very basic. When I’m done with these lessons I will start programming one of the ideas I’ve had for a long time, as well as picking up a book at the library or something to learn even more and use it in my project. 4 weeks ago
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So I’ve decided to widen my programming knowledge by learning a new language!
I chose Ruby just from testing it out on the ruby-lang website, seems nice an concise, and it works in (nearly) sentances which is good!
LEarning resources at the moment are the Ruby Cookbook by O’Reilly and a great website: why’s poignant guide to Ruby! I’m sure plenty of people have seen it! 13 months ago
I’ve signed up for a four-week workshop in October and I’m working my way through the Ruby Koans. I took a class in Ruby a while back, but I’ve forgotten most of it.
I’ve added this goal, but it’s interesting, I’m not quite sure why. I’m feeling at a cross-roads with my career as a front-end developer. Not sure what I want to do next. I feel like I don’t have the passion I need for this, but I still feel compelled to give it a go. 20 months ago
RoR will form a significant part of my fourth year study so one needs to learn it over the summer and possibly build a substantial project out of it before the beginning of the Semester. 23 months ago
oh my god lovely African Grey parrot for sale 23 months ago
I ahve already peeked at python. So what’s the ‘best’ language of the two.. I mean in terms of ‘easy to learn’ 23 months ago
but sometimes I can’t understand the meaning of some concept, learning is hard, but I will try. 1 year ago