Ruby on Rails – Part 1: Hello World

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Ruby on Rails Intensive 1-Day Course Part 1 – Hello World Web Apps anatomy 101, Model-View-Controller 101, Rails 101, deconstructing Hello World in Rails. This is an intensive one-day overview of the fundamental concepts of the Ruby on Rails Web programming framework, presented by the UC Berkeley RAD Lab. The overview consists of six sections of approximately one hour each. August 16, 2007 Armando Fox and UC Berkeley RAD Lab radlab.cs.berkeley.edu
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Responses to “Ruby on Rails – Part 1: Hello World”

  1. juicelab Says:

    240p we meet again.

  2. xSpectrumGaming Says:

    The audience has no sense of humor.

  3. xSpectrumGaming Says:

    Then colleges wouldn’t make money.

  4. ArsMagnaTutorials Says:

    Check out my channel I am doing a series of Ruby on Rails tutorials that go really slow.

  5. ozkansafak Says:

    Troll detected

  6. akumakh00 Says:

    download it retard

  7. funkgerat Says:

    Did they make this 240p on purpose?

    My first camcorder was an analog Hi8 and recorded in 576i, way better than this!

  8. mavrain Says:

    Strange reasoning! Do you program in Java by any chance?

  9. iparas1 Says:

    we should have a specialized site for learning ..the way vevo is to music

  10. csprestonable Says:

    Learning to develop Ruby on Rails applications is challenging. You must have the drive and the aptitude (plus the time) to overcome difficulties. If you need a quality Ruby app built, you should hire a qualified professional.
    I know many talented (and affordable) Ruby developers (freelancers and agencies). I’d be happy to provide an introduction.
    Brett
    dev (at) cspreston (dot) com

  11. cutehackergirl Says:

    Awesome! I love to see university lectures on Youtube! What a great way to spread knowledge. We’ve taken a kind of novel and fun approach to teaching programming on Youtube as well. We’ve only pushed out two videos so far, but you should check them out!

  12. ChequeWriter Says:

    snippets are all you need. the example is pretty straightforward.

  13. r0llskyay0 Says:

    the source isnt in there either, just snippets

  14. Elmis2011 Says:

    Very poor video quality makes this good course useless. It would be nice to have updated course with hd quality.

  15. ChequeWriter Says:

    radlab.cs.berkeley.edu/w/upload/9/9a/1_HelloWorld.pdf

  16. viodele Says:

    ruby… sux… >_<

  17. thantawa Says:

    Thanks!

  18. pinkie745 Says:

    Thanks!

  19. imbrians89 Says:

    Sick ass tutorial. Building TweetForum 2.0 on rails and needed something like this.

  20. CypheredSoul Says:

    A hello world tutorial shouldnt take an hour ~ the title is misleading

    The presenter thinks he’s a comedian but just comes off as snobby

    Also, he speaks at a million miles an hour and the demos are a bit ad hoc

    Can’t see the code.

    Eff Emacs.

    With that said, I actually did learn something lol

  21. dyingtolive123 Says:

    1:15:15 …. nnnnnah!

  22. eiahnn Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=u4mcCVtt2RY

  23. TheJaytec Says:

    how many times do u have to same urm and errr shup up !!!

  24. Suma5566 Says:

    Hello World 1:15:15 !!!!!
    how long did it take to code twitter?

  25. flowewritharoma Says:

    only sound must listen

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