[LRUG] RoR mentoring and more beginners stuff
omaraliqureshi at googlemail.com
Tue Sep 15 13:47:04 PDT 2009
There is http://www.railsmentors.org/ which is a RailsBridge project.
Although I am not from London I would be willing to mentor in my terrible
Rails / SQL based ways.
On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 7:12 PM, Anthony Green <email at acgreen.co.uk> wrote:
> I've started teaching Rails to some colleagues, (no beneficence, its the
> only Ruby I get to do since they decided to move everything to, godhelpus,
> Java and PHP) so if anyone has any experience with / ideas / tips on
> mentoring they're willing to pass on I'd be very grateful.
> Jordi there are plenty of great screencasts on Rails at Peepcode and
> Railscasts. Once you've got something on GitHub I'm sure people here (and
> elsewhere) would be willing to help you.
> On 15/09/2009 17:57, "Jordi Noguera Leon" <jordinoguera83 at gmail.com>
> > Hi all!!
> > I'm pretty new to RoR and web development. I'm a mathematician and I
> > last year as an ABAP <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ABAP> developer,
> after I
> > graduated. I'd like to get a job as a RoR developer, but I guess it's
> > unlikely no-one hires me in this sector unless I can show some previous
> > (web related)...
> > So, in order to learn I'm developing a site, bur it would be really
> helpful if
> > I had someone that could give me some hints when I got stuck or revised
> > code in order to see if I'm writing to much code in the views or that
> sort of
> > things... So, is there anyone that would like to mentor me??
> > Also, if there's any beginner that would like to team up with me in order
> > share the difficulties encountered, it'd be great too.
> > That's it guys! Take care!
> > Jordi
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