The Advanced Ruby on Rails training course helps experienced Ruby and RoR developers take their programming skills to the next level. In this course, you will learn new tips, tricks, and ideas to make your Rails applications more robust and your development efforts more efficient. If you’ve been using Rails for a while, but don’t feel like you’ve mastered it quite yet, then this is the course for you!
- Rails performance tuning techniques
- Building a Ruby-based SOA
- Deployment strategies and Capistrano
- Apply robust testing techniques using Rspec and Cucumber
- Perform advanced refactoring techniques
- Work with advanced Ruby datastructures including Nested sets, state machines, and polymorphic associations
- Design and implement single-app, multi-database design strategies
- Understand the process of custom Ruby plugin development
What You'll Learn
In the Advanced Ruby on Rails training course you’ll learn:
- Diving deeper with Ruby
- Understanding the Rails stack
- Working with Gems and Engines
- Database migrations
- Testing with RSpec
- Full-stack testing with Capybara (browser & headless)
- Mocking, Stubbing, and Factories
- Building APIs
- Upgrading Rails
- Deployment best-practices
- Scoping business logic with interactors
Meet Your Instructor
Like many experts in similar fields, Daniel is an entrepreneur. Daniel founded Collective Idea in 2005, converting it from one man’s freelance projects into a thriving company with employees in multiple cities and states. He acts as Chief Technology Officer for Paper Hat Press, LLC and Breakthrough.com. He writes and contributes to open-source projects, including Ruby on Rails. He frequently serves as a tech adviser for start-ups and companies. He even has a college degree, from Hope...Peter
Peter started programming before he learned how to use a keyboard properly, after messing around with a Commodore 64, BASIC, and a few cassette tapes.
Starting in the late 1990’s Peter became a passionate contributor to the open source community. As an active participant he has submitted bug fixes and new features to several projects and has released many of his own software packages as open source.
In 2006 Peter left upper management and became a freelance software...