The Ruby programming language is perhaps best known for the Ruby on Rails web framework that powers sites like Twitter.
Curious about Ruby or Rails? Drop by our monthly Ruby project night meetups and we'll help you get started. We also organize a free intro course four times a year, for any skill level. See the event calendar.
Can't wait for the next meetup? See the following resources to start learning on your own.
Our installfest and intro course events follow the Railbridge tutorials. You can study these on your own, or attend one of our free events to get in-person help by experienced Rails developers.
Other online resources for Ruby
Other online resources for Rails
- Learn to Program. "Starting with small, simple one-line programs to calculate your age in seconds, you’ll see how to advance to fully structured, real programs."
- Programming Ruby ("The Pickaxe"). "The only complete reference for both Ruby 1.9 and Ruby 2.0, the very latest version of Ruby."