YART - Yet Another Ruby Tutorial!

Hello to all in the Ruby world!

[James Edward G. II suggested I send this email to the list, as he
thought some of you may be interested … so, here goes.]

I’ve spent the last few weeks putting together a classroom-based Ruby
tutorial. The slides (as PDFs) are available here:

 http://glasnost.itcarlow.ie/~barryp/ruby-tut.html

Feel free to link to and/or use this material, which is designed to be
presented within a laboratory setting - my students are sitting in front
of PCs (directly interacting with Ruby) while I cover this material.

Regards.

Paul.

I think you’ve done a great job.

On 10/13/06, Paul B. [email protected] wrote:

Hello to all in the Ruby world!

[James Edward G. II suggested I send this email to the list, as he
thought some of you may be interested … so, here goes.]

I’ve spent the last few weeks putting together a classroom-based Ruby
tutorial. The slides (as PDFs) are available here:

 http://glasnost.itcarlow.ie/~barryp/ruby-tut.html

You should cross post to the emerging Ruby-Ireland mailing list too.

I had a quick look through your tutorials - good entry level stuff
indeed.
Theres a whole bunch of QA engineers at my place that got very
interested at some WATIR tests we wrote. I have been looking for
good tutorials which come in at the novice level, or which can be
easily adapted into our own kind of training.

I’ve no problems making the OpenOffice.org IMPRESS files available on my
website if people want to adapt my material (as it’s not at all easy to
adapt PDFs).

Actually … I’ll do that sometime next week (and post to this list when
it’s all on-line).

Cheers.

Paul.

P.S. I’ll check out Ruby-Ireland, too.

Paul it’s a nice tutorial that I have linked up to, for my college
students.

Thanks,


Satish T.
Learning R. - http://sitekreator.com/satishtalim/index.html

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