Web development is fun. Websites provide us a good chance to share ideas, impressions, and emotions; to set up a huge profit companies, or in no time spread news. Being a master of this provides a real success!
Earlier I had considered web development a good hobby, until the war began in my country. Because of battle action I was forced to flee native city and break new ground. It was that time I learned this splendid Ruby and incredibly handy Rails. The knowledge of them allowed me in comparably short time to earn money as a freelancer and support my family. Thus Ruby and Rails have become a motive power for my new profession.
The following step was the launching of the project Ruby on Rails PRO due to which I share a practical guide with people wishing to master Rails via examples.
I had read tons of references as well as watched videos about Ruby and Rails. However, when performing an order for a customer, I understood that such examples as “creating a website from scratch” at least involves basis. Only working with certain projects, fixing lots and lots of bugs and dealing with gaps in knowledge, help you to step from the beginner to paid professional.
Together with it I was lucky to have been a mentor at Coursera Ruby on Rails Web Development specialization by Johns Hopkins University (special thanks to Kalman Hazins). It was this event I realized how wonderful it is to help someone to find solutions and share own experience. However, to obtain good knowledge as well.
Hence, the main target of the project is to initiate courses that very closely concern app creation with regard to real development environment.
As for me, I keep on learning! And the same I wish to you