Ruby Programming Course



Course Details:

Length: 3 days

Price: $1,740/person (USD)

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Course Features:

Live Instructor Teaching

Certificate of Completion

Courseware: Print

Hands-On Learning?: Yes

Software Lab Included?: Yes

Delivery Methods:

Live Online

Individuals and Groups
@ Your Location

Onsite for Teams

Group Teams
@ Your Organization

This is an instructor-led course. It is taught by an instructor live online or at organizations for groups.
For team training, we can teach onsite at your office or private live online.

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Course Overview

This 3-day course covers the fundamental components of the Ruby Programming Language. Learn the principles behind object-oriented programming. You'll also gain a basic understanding of many ancillary technologies such as databases, XML, web frameworks, and networking - some of which are needed as part of a fully functioning Ruby application. What you'll learn:

  • What are the fundamentals of Ruby and its object-oriented building blocks
  • How to work with Ruby libraries, gems, and documentation
  • How to work with files and databases
  • How to write and deploy Ruby applications
  • What are the various Ruby web frameworks and how to use them
  • How to do network programming with Ruby and more...

Register Early: Registration Deadline is 2 Weeks Prior to Class Start.


Course Notes

Target Audience

This course is for:

  • Beginning programmers
  • Programmers new to Ruby
  • Web developers interested in learning the foundations of the Ruby programming language

Suggested Follow-Ons

Ruby on Rails


Course Topics

Part I: Foundations and Scaffolding

Chapter 1: Let’s Get It Started: Installing Ruby
• Installing Ruby

Chapter 2: Programming == Joy: A Whistle-Stop Tour of Ruby and Object Orientation
• Baby Steps
• Turning Ideas into Ruby Code
• Everything Is an Object
• Using Ruby in a Non-object-Oriented Style

Chapter 3: Ruby’s Building Blocks: Data, Expressions, and Flow Control
• Numbers and Expressions
• Text and Strings
• Arrays and Lists
• Hashes
• Flow Control
• Other Useful Building Blocks

Chapter 4: Developing Your First Ruby Application
• Working with Source Code Files
• Our Application: A Text Analyzer
• Adding Extra Features
• The Completed Program

Chapter 5: The Ruby Ecosystem
• Ruby’s History
• Ruby on Rails
• The Open Source Culture
• Where and How to Get Help
• Joining the Community

 

Part II: The Core of Ruby

Chapter 6: Classes, Objects, and Modules
• Why Use Object Orientation?
• Object Orientation Basics
• Modules, Namespaces, and Mix-Ins
• Building a Dungeon Text Adventure with Objects

Chapter 7: Projects and Libraries
• Projects and Using Code from Other Files
• Libraries

Chapter 8: Documentation, Error Handling, Debugging, and Testing
• Documentation
• Debugging and Errors
• Testing
• The Philosophy of Test-Driven Development
• Benchmarking and Profiling

Chapter 9: Files and Databases
• Input and Output
• Basic Databases
• Relational Databases and SQL

Chapter 10: Distributing Ruby Code and Libraries
• Distributing Basic Ruby Programs
• Detecting Ruby’s Runtime Environment
• Distributing Ruby Libraries As Gems
• Deploying Ruby Applications As Remote Services

Chapter 11: Advanced Ruby Features
• Dynamic Code Execution
• Running Other Programs from Ruby
• Threads
• Fibers
• Unicode, Character Encodings, and UTF-8 Support

Chapter 12: Tying It Together: Developing a Larger Ruby Application
• Let’s Build a Bot
• Creating a Simple Text Processing Library
• Building the Bot’s Core
• Main Bot Code Listing
• Extending the Bot

 

Part III: Ruby Online

Chapter 13: Two Web Application Approaches: Rails and Sinatra
• Background
• Rails: Ruby’s Killer App
• Sinatra: Lightweight, Simple Web Applications

Chapter 14: Ruby and the Internet
• HTTP and the Web
• Email
• File Transfers with FTP

Chapter 15: Networking and Sockets
• Networking Concepts
• Basic Network Operations
• Servers and Clients

Chapter 16: Useful Ruby Libraries
• abbrev
• Base64
• Benchmark
• chronic
• Digest
• English
• ERB
• json
• logger
• Nokogiri
• pp
• RedCarpet
• StringScanner
• tempfile
• uri
• zlib

 

Appendix A: Ruby Primer and Review for Developers
Appendix B: Useful Resources

 

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