NitroFlare Non-Programmer to Junior Full Stack Ruby on Rails

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    Non-Programmer to Junior Full Stack Ruby on Rails
    13.5 hours | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 2.16 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English



    Streamlining the process of learning of Ruby on Rails
    * Lectures 137
    Welcome to one of the very first courses to teach Full Stack Development. This course is designed to take you from knowing nothing to being a Junior Full Stack Developer. In this course, you will learn how to develop, test, deploy, and handle User Experience with a web application. HTML-HTML5, CSS3, understanding JavaScript (ECMA5 with ECMA6 to come), BootStrap, jQuery, Basics of SQL, An entry to PostGre, Ruby 1.9-2.2.3, SAAS, Ruby on Rails 4, Git, GitHub, Heroku, and many other sectioned courses to come such as EmberJs and AngularJs. I'll go over 70-90% of the syntax of each language, explain what each one does with more Simplified Sense than Technical Jargon, gradually go from simple to hard and then back to simple, and there will be a continual addition of projects where we'll go from designing the website to deploying it to GitHub and Heroku. THIS IS AN UPDATING COURSE WITH NEW SECTIONS THAT WILL BE ADDED LATER ON(NODEJS, METEORJS, HANDLEBARSJS, AND HAML ARE JUST TO NAME OF FEW THAT ARE COMING)
    *Quizzes
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    *Self-made Games
    *Do it yourself projects that are small and easily manageable.
    *An Introduction to Computer Science that covers Memory Allocation to Encryption to Web Security
    *A mind boggling amount of knowledge
    *Each video is encapsulated, which means you can watch a video and not worry about losing your place in the next video.
    *How to run and maintain a server or Operating System since there are too many, and I can't predict which one your job will require.
    *How to solve networking problems.
    *How to make Desktop Software or engage in Software Development.
    *How to deal with people.
    *What 42 is.
    *This course is designed to provide a rookie level of Full Stack Development. This course is designed to give you 70%-90% of what a Full Stack Developer should know.


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