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Courses Coming Soon
- Free - Git+GitHub and JRuby courses sometime in Nov. 2013.
- First time ever - Free: Programming the Web with Ruby course in Jan. 2012.
- First time ever - Free: Clojure 101 course was conducted
- RubyLearning featured on pluggd.IN
- RubyLearning winner of the Shorty Award in Education, 2008.
- Ruby’s Top Teacher in 2008 - Satish Talim
Thanks to Victor Goff and Jim Pryke who maintain this site on SliceHost.
These courses have been a grand success, thanks to the tireless efforts of these:
- Mentors - Active - Michael Kohl, Satoshi Asakawa and Victor Goff.
- Mentors - Currently Inactive - Brad Coish, Chris Porter, Dave Lilley, Doug Sparling, Eric Fer, Jeff Savin, George Thompson, Gorana Rubinic, Jeff Hales, José Carlos Monteiro, Krzysztof Wicher, Massimiliano Giroldi, Marcos Ricardo, Mareike Hybsier, Michael Uplawski, Michele Garoche, Paul Harris, Peter Crawford, Rimpy Jangra, Shawn Evans, Takaaki Kato and Willian Molinari.
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