The Flood

Learn Web Development with Ruby on Rails

A project in New York, NY by Ariel Krakowski
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Learn to develop your own web apps! A visual and interactive course on Web Development with Ruby on Rails.
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Backers: 292
Average Pledge Per Backer: $34

Funded: $10,001 of $3,000
Dates: Feb 4th -> Mar 18th (43 days)
Project By: Ariel Krakowski
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Latest News

Staff Pick Again + One Day Left + Rails Clips

March 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi, Kickstarter recently picked this project as a staff pick for a second time. There's just one more day left to this Kickstarter, so let's see if we can reach the final stretch goal! The Ruby for Rails tutorial has been updated, so you'll be able... (Read More)

Ruby for Rails + BackerClub

March 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi, We published a draft of the Ruby for Rails Tutorial. This lets people continue learning Ruby while building their own very small version of Ruby on Rails! We've also added interactivity to our Ruby on Rails machine at TheAutomatedStore.com so... (Read More)

Second Stretch Goal Unlocked!

March 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi, We've reached the second stretch goal! After we create the initial course, we'll create a tutorial on getting started developing Rails apps with RubyMine. There are just 16 days left to reach the next stretch goal and help kids learn web... (Read More)

Stretch Goal Reached - New Goal: Web Development for Kids!

February 25th - via: kickstarter.com
The Kickstarter is at the halfway point, and we've reached the first stretch goal! That means after I complete the course on the essentials of web development, I'll create another section on the Next Steps in Ruby on Rails!  New Stretch GoalWe're... (Read More)

We're partnering with RubyMine!

February 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
We’re excited to announce a partnership with RubyMine, The Most Intelligent Ruby and Rails IDE! You can get started programming online, but you should soon switch to coding on your own desktop. While some people develop Rails apps using simple text... (Read More)

Ruby on Rails Poster and Rewards

February 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi All, I created a draft of the Ruby on Rails poster! We’ll still make some adjustments before the final version, so please let me know any feedback before then. Check it out at TheAutomatedStore.com.  See the new rewards section for a... (Read More)

Stretch Goal - Next Steps in Rails

February 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi, The stretch goal is now up! The original web development course is on track and under development. If we can reach $5,000 in funding, I'll create an additional online section to cover the Next Steps in Ruby on Rails: After you've completed the... (Read More)

We Made It!

February 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Backers, We've reached our funding goal and 100 backers in less than one week! Thank you for making this project a success! Stay tuned for the stretch goals which will be announced soon.  Interested in learning Java or Algorithms on Learneroo?... (Read More)

First Day Success - Thanks!

February 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi All, First of all, thanks for being an early backer of my Kickstarter! You've made the first day a huge success and we're approaching 1/3 of the goal! Kickstarter has recognized this project and it is featured as a Staff Pick. To keep this project... (Read More)

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