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July 09, 2007

New workshop for Web Directions - Beginning Ruby on Rails

Maintaining what has become a tradition, we have a late addition to the Web Directions South Workshop program for this year: Dr Nic Williams will be hosting Beginning Ruby on Rails on Tuesday September 25.

Anyone involved with the web would be aware of the phenomenal growth in popularity over the last several years of this full-featured, industrial-strength framework for building web applications.

The really good news for developers who are keen to give it a go is that it is very fast to learn and get started. Useful web apps can be developed after one or two days of education. This workshop is an outstanding opportunity to get that education right here in Australia with one of the most well respected members of the Ruby on Rails community, Dr Nic Williams.

The full day workshop will be perfect for anyone who has a desire to find out more about Ruby on Rails, and put it into practice.

If you have

- basic programming skills in any language
- an understanding of object-orientation
- knowledge of database design and access using SQL

then don't miss this chance to participate in an enlightening, practical day that will stand you in good stead as you move deeper into developing apps with this new framework.

Beginning Ruby on Rails is priced very reasonably at $395 for conference attendees, or attendees of another workshop, $495 standalone.

If you are already attending the conference or another workshop, just register for this new one with the same address and the discount will be applied automatically. And please do get in touch if you would like to swap into Beginning Ruby on Rails from another workshop, as this can be arranged, no problem.

Beginning Ruby on Rails - Sept 25, 9.00am-5.00pm
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