New developer looking for 101 projects

I have a background in C++ and VB from a few years back, but I’m
learning Ruby and Rails for a work project.

I remember back in my college days that we’d be given a project every
week, and they were something very simple at the beginning (like
converting Celsius to Fahrenheit to something very complex by the end of
the semester.) I’d like to do something like this again.

Anyone have any suggestions? I have a number of Ruby books, but none of
them have “do this project before the next chapter” sort of thing in
them.

It would be a cool feature for some Ruby site to have “12 projects in 12
weeks” reference. If I come up with something, maybe I’ll make the site.
Who knows…

On Dec 13, 2007, at 10:57 AM, James S. wrote:

It would be a cool feature for some Ruby site to have “12 projects
in 12
weeks” reference.

How about Ruby Q.?

http://rubyquiz.com/

James Edward G. II

On Dec 13, 2007, at 11:06 AM, Tim P. wrote:

Try the Ruby Q. page http://www.rubyquiz.com/. These are two
years worth of little puzzles and some good solutions.

Actually, we are seven quizzes short of three years of weekly quizzes.

James Edward G. II

On Dec 13, 2007 9:57 AM, James S. [email protected]
wrote:

them.

Try the Ruby Q. page http://www.rubyquiz.com/. These are two
years worth of little puzzles and some good solutions. Perfect
learning material.

It would be a cool feature for some Ruby site to have “12 projects in 12
weeks” reference. If I come up with something, maybe I’ll make the site.
Who knows…

learnrubyin12weeks.com

I doubt it is taken :wink:

Blessings,
TwP

On Dec 13, 9:57 am, James S. [email protected] wrote:

them.

It would be a cool feature for some Ruby site to have “12 projects in 12
weeks” reference. If I come up with something, maybe I’ll make the site.
Who knows…

You might want to look through the simpler problems on
http://rubyquiz.com

James G. wrote:

On Dec 13, 2007, at 10:57 AM, James S. wrote:

It would be a cool feature for some Ruby site to have “12 projects
in 12
weeks” reference.

How about Ruby Q.?

http://rubyquiz.com/

James Edward G. II

Thanks! That is a great site and I will definitely take a look at it.

I like that on sqlservercentral.com they have the QoTD. Perhaps someday
the ruby community will have the same.

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