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Latest course update: June 2018 – Added a comprehensive tutorial on how to work with the Rails 5.2 encrypted credentials to securely manage configuration variables such as API and application secret keys.

Through the years I’ve constantly heard the same question from students: I can follow a tutorial, but I don’t feel confident enough to build apps/features from scratch . This course is my answer to that question. I’m not satisfied in simply teaching you how to build an application, my goal is to teach you to understand how to build professional web applications, not to simply follow a tutorial. This is the most comprehensive course I’ve ever put together and combines my 14+ years of development experience.

I took a completely different approach in building this course. This course is unique for a number of reasons:

So with all that being said, let’s talk about everything that we’re going to build throughout the guides. We’re going to build a feature rich portfolio application that you can actually use for your own portfolio (I’m even using it for my own portfolio). Let’s walk through the full feature set of what the application will include:

In addition to the lectures, I also include the source code for each guide so that you can always have access to the full codebase for the application.

Instructor Details

Jordan Hudgens is the CTO and Founder of DevCamp where he leads instruction and curriculum development for all of the DevCamp and Bottega code schools around the US. As a full stack developer for over the past decade, Jordan has traveled the world building applications and training individuals on a variety of technology stacks, including: Ruby on Rails, Python, React JS, React Native, JavaScript, and TypeScript, with a speciality in API and machine learning development. Jordan has developed applications for Quip, Eventbrite, and DevCamp. As a teacher, he focuses on project driven education, with a focus on jobcentric techniques. This means that he focuses specifically on teaching the skills needed in the development industry. This style of teaching is conducive to learning how to build real world products that adhere to industry best practices. Additionally Jordan has published multiple books on programming and computer science for Packt Publishing, along with developing training curriculum for Bottega, Learn Co, DevCamp, and AppDev on the topics of Ruby on Rails, Java, AngularJS, NoSQL, API development, TypeScript and algorithms.

Specification: Dissecting Ruby on Rails 5 – Become a Professional Developer

Duration

41.5 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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    Winston White

    This is perfect

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    Paul Anderson

    Quite a lot in there, I enjoyed following along.

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    Mindaugas Pelanis

    I’ve just started, but the course seems to be exactly what I needed. The level is just right. Also happy to get some knowledge on Git/GitHub usage. Looking forward for more complex topics.

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    Ana Luiza Barreto Marinho

    This course does cover a lot, but Jordan spends a ridiculous amount of time explanning concepts and looking at the code instead of just writing the code and showing how things work while practicing. Also if you have no programming experience, don’t buy this course, it doesn’t seem to have any of the ruby logic part in it so it can be very confusing for these people.

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    Jos Javier REVILLA RONDON

    Yes. It has a very professional approach. So, it is a good match for someone who has a limited amount of time for skill improving. It is also very structured. It conveys a rich amount of personal experience. Finally, the delivery is very entertaining.

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    Harun Gunes

    I was struggling a bit with javascript part but since this is a rails course, I must say that it exeeded my expectations.

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    Nahua Kang

    This is one of THE BEST courses on full stack web development you can take on Udemy (said from a guy who only rates courses when he’s 100% done with them). I have tried reading Michael Hartl’s Ruby on Rails Tutorial and paused due to frustration. Turns out I don’t learn well from reading books and found many Rails concepts very confusing from just following the book (I’m more familiar with Python & have learned a little Flask & Django). So I tried Jordan’s course and suddenly everything I was confused about Rails became clear. Maybe struggling with the book and then watching the video is a good approach, maybe not. But Jordan’s lectures are real gems (puns intended). I’ve purchased many Udemy courses and not many came close to the course structure, major project thread, and section deep dives that Jordan offers. You know that you’ll get a full view of how Rails works while learning all the good practices of both Rails and web development in general. Some people might complain about that the course content is close to 4 years old. I see it as a plus. For example, some Rails generated files have changed a bit in content or the Bootstrap example is updated, so what Jordan shows in the video might not always match what we do in real time. But that forces us to proactively learn rather than passively consume and makes learning more fun and more effective. This is certainly not the most beginner friendly course because it’s a lot of valuable information packed in 40 hours. But once you’re familiar with a programming language (like Python, Javascript, or Ruby) and have a basic concept of how MVC works, you will appreciate this course so much. Even if so many people have left Rails to chase fancier frameworks in 2019 and 2020, I would wager it’s worth just taking this course to learn Rails because along the way you’ll pick up a good understanding of how to do full stack web development. Jordan is also always responsive and answering questions. This course is highly recommended. Thanks and I look forward to the new updates on Rails 6.0!

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    Clint Williams

    Very well done! The instructor is easy to follow and does an amazing job at explaining course material.

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    Dennis Osido

    Outdated course. If you are using Rails 5.1 and above you will be encountering errors starting Lesson #70 and up even if you follow the video to the letter. The 1st Github commit for the course project occurred in December 29, 2016. Udemy should have an option to show when a particular course is created (that’s created not updated) so you would know which courses to avoid. Edit: I am also using Ruby 2.7. I don’t know if that is causing all of the method errors as well.

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    Raymond Nawara

    A really great course. Jordan is a fantastic instructor! I would give it 5 stars, but I’m waiting for the Rails 6 update. It was difficult to go through being rails 5.

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