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[opensource] Ruby and Ruby on Rails TRAINING
nancyb at stanford.edu
Mon Feb 25 11:05:14 PST 2008
Technology Training is experiencing fax problems and STARS problems. To
register for the upcoming Ruby/Ruby on Rails class scheduled for March
10-14, 2008 (we will handle all of the registration), submit the information
below via email.
We need four more people to register to make this class a "go." Please feel
free to share this information with those who may be interested.
The registration deadline is TODAY, Monday, 2/25/08 at 5 p.m.
Your name/email: _____________________
Course Code: ITS-3000-031008
Course Title: Ruby/Ruby on Rails (course description below)
Date: 3/10/08 - 3/14/08
Course fee: $1800
STAP charge: ___________ (up to $800)
PTA charge: ____________
PTA Account Number: ______________
PTA Name/phone number of Approver: _________________________
Please send this information to Mary Donoghue (mdonoghue at stanford.edu), the
Registrar for IT Services Technology Training, or call her at 723-4391.
Nancy Baumann ( <mailto:nancyb at stanford.edu> nancyb at stanford.edu)
Manager, IT Services, Technology Training
468 Via Ortega, Spruce Hall, F2
Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-4144
( <http://techtraining.stanford.edu> http://techtraining.stanford.edu)
Ruby and Ruby on Rails -- Course Description
In this 5-day training course, you will be introduced to Ruby programming
language, and learn to put your web development on Rails. Experience the
Rails way of approaching web applications and see how you'll be able to
spend less time configuring and more time developing using this true
Starting with the basics of Ruby and Rails, you'll learn the full Rails' MVC
stack, testing techniques, Ajax and even web services. We will work through
the full life-cycle of a Rails project, giving you experience with all
facets of a typical application.
This course is designed for developers who have some development experience
that wish to learn Ruby and Ruby on Rails.
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