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This course dives deep into object-oriented programming in Ruby. It teaches many of the more difficult concepts in Ruby by focusing on the relationship between classes and objects. You'll emerge from this course with a much more solid foundation in the Ruby language.
You have to be able to do basic operations like math and string concatenation in Ruby. You should be able to use variables, loops, methods, and be familiar with basic data types such as strings, numbers, and arrays.
Part 1 - Learn the Ruby Environment
1. Install Ruby
2. Working in Multiple Files
3. Use Rubygems
Quiz: Part One
Part 2 - Learn How Ruby Works
1. Anatomy of a Ruby Object
2. Dive Into Classes, Modules, and Singletons
3. Blocks, Procs, and Lambdas
5. Reading and Writing to Files
6. Exceptions and rescue
Part 3 - Write Object-Oriented Ruby
1. Design Classes and Objects
Quiz: Course Review
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