Announcing a short course in JRuby Programming

July 19, 2008 at 7:56 am 2 comments

Announcing a short course in JRuby Programming.

JRuby is a 100% pure-Java implementation of the Ruby programming language.

Recently, JRuby has been gaining more and more attention in the Java and Ruby communities. Java is a powerful platform and there are millions of lines of Java code being written each month, that the world will have to live with for a long time from now. By leveraging Java the platform with the power of the Ruby programming language, programmers will get the best from both worlds. You better not ignore JRuby any more!

Don’t be left behind.

Join the short online course in JRuby programming from 9th to 11th August 2008

For full details, refer –
http://rubylearning.com/satishtalim/jruby_course.html

This short course is for beginners as well as advanced programmers with working knowledge of Ruby and Java.

More Information:-
Introducing… the amazing RubyLearning’s first of its kind –
A 3 day Paid Online JRuby Programming Course (POJRPC101-1)

  • Learn to call Java classes from Ruby
  • Learn to call Ruby classes from Java
  • Interact and discuss with other course participants and teachers and have your queries solved immediately
  • By the time you have finished the course and worked on the examples and assignments, you should be fairly comfortable with JRuby

Look what ” Martin Fowler has to say about ” JRuby “…..
“For Ruby Developers, JRuby offers a deployment platform that is well understood, particular in corporations. For a Java community, JRuby is important because it offers a chance to experience a powerful language and framework while still taking advantage of Java’s excellent libraries and the ability to work in both Ruby and Java.”

Thanks

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