As you know, the open-source web application framework Ruby on Rails remains hot-hot-hot. Why?
So many successful companies have benefited from the speed and agility of building applications in Rails – and that results in increased productivity and company growth. According to a 2011 article in BusinessInsider, many companies you know use Ruby in some capacity: Amazon, BBC, Cisco, CNET, IBM, JP Morgan, NASA, and Yahoo!, to name just a few. And, many of the fastest-growing web-based companies have been built using Ruby on Rails: Scribd, Groupon, Basecamp and even CED member Smashing Boxes.
If you’re interested in adding Ruby on Rails to your quiver of tools, come on over to the American Underground classroom May 21 – 22. This two-day class teaches students how to write database-backed Web Applications using the Ruby on Rails (also pronounced RoR, or Rails) Framework. Students are taken through the various steps of creating a full-fledged Web Application.
The cost is $278.00, and there are only 15 seats available in the classroom. So hurry up and register!
Registration / payment instructions:
- Click on the following link: https://ist-80.durhamtech.edu/WebAdvisor
- Click on "Continuing education" box
- Click on "Register and Pay for Continuing Education Classes" under the Registration Tab
- Either search for "Ruby on Rails" or enter in the Course Code Number: 36590
- The "Introduction to Ruby on Rails" class will appear. Choose the class by clicking the box under the "Select" tab and hit "Submit".
- Complete Registration / Payment process.
For more information, contact Douglas Aitkin, Program Director, Durham Technical Community College. Tel: 919.536.7239 (4303); Email: firstname.lastname@example.org