03 June 2009
As you know there are several way to kick-off and learn a new programming language, environment or special tools:
But, now screencast is more popular for effective start and feature demonstration. So, I’m trying to collect as more as possible screencast resources for learning Ruby and Rails.
http://railscasts.com, it’s the most popular free Rails screencasts
http://sdruby.com, it’s San Diego’s Ruby community, there are about 59 Ruby and Rails screencasts
http://www.rubyplus.org/episodes, Free Ruby and Rails Screencast, about 93 episodes
http://www.tekniqal.com, there are 17 tutorials covering basic Ruby topics
http://www.confreaks.com/events, here is located videos from several Ruby conferences
http://showmedo.com/videotutorials/ruby and http://showmedo.com/videotutorials/rubyonrails, it’s great resource for learning from ground up. There are a lot of interesting videos for beginners. Also, this resource includes other areas, not only Ruby/Rails related
http://www.bestechvideos.com/tag/ruby-on-rails and http://www.bestechvideos.com/category/development/ruby, video collection from different conferences, presentations, etc.
http://railslab.newrelic.com/scaling-rails there are educational videos, teaching you just about everything you need to know to create a Rails application that can scale
http://rubytu.be is a community driven collection of Ruby related videos and screencasts
http://www.learnivore.com is another great screencast aggregator
http://www.teachmetocode.com/screencasts is similar to railscast.com but have less posts, it’s worth to look into