Ruby on Rails Training in Boston

We’re pleased to continue offering Ruby on Rails training in Boston. The next two classes have been scheduled:

Umbrella Today? is used as a case study for all courses, for which attendees get access to the full source.

Beginning Ruby on Rails

January 29th-30th, 2009

This course is meant for programmers with a background in PHP, Java, or .NET. The course includes a section on enough Ruby programming to understand Rails. We’re opinionated about Test Driven Development as a critical part of Rails development, and are integrating TDD lessons into the course.

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Advanced Ruby on Rails

February 13th, 2009

This course is meant for intermediate Rails developers who have done testing with Ruby or the xUnit family (JUnit, NUnit). It is focused on Rails best practices and applying refactoring and other skills.

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After the training session my code style is so fresh, Vogue wants to publish my tests. - Greg Sterndale

If you’re a freelance developer you owe it to your clients to come and learn Rails development & delivery from the team at Thoughtbot. - Mike Breen

Now it feels like I’m looking at the world through test-tinted glasses! - Josh Nichols

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