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Get Input 1:47
Basic File I/O 5:52
Load Ruby File 6:56
Multiline Comment 7:27
If Elsif Else 7:42
Comparison Operators 8:45
Logical Operators 8:59
Ternary Operator 12:14
Loop Next Break 12:19
For Loops 15:48
Exception Handling 19:28
Chop Chomp 27:45
Class Objects 29:29
File I/O 52:05
Great video, Congrats!!! =D
If I watch it double speed, can I learn Ruby in less than 30 minutes?
I am in a big hurry :)
Great video! Thank you!
Thanks again Derek. Your distillation of essential concepts is once again crisply and incisively delivered. I am greatly intrigued by your ability to extract and present the fundamentals with such clarity and to do so with absolutely "no" verbal pauses, hiccups and otherwise so commonly found You-Tube speech impediments. It all suggests that you have a lively but buttoned-down mind that is keenly in tune with the subject matter. It might be interesting to actually see you in action, at the podium, expounding extemporaneously on how you go about putting together such appealing videos!!!
Awesome due to my intensive IT background but after 20 years come back to programming world I got Ruby with one hour session
You are the boss, but too fast for me!
does anybody here think that ruby syntax is pretty weird and 'unnatural' as compared to something like python?! I don't know I hated it!
Honestly, it might not be extremely deep man, but what I like is that you can be really concise without skipping "obvious" parts. Without mentioning you're not making 35 parts 40 mins each for them views
Derek, I have to say, I really wish I discovered your videos sooner. They are pretty much perfect, and the pace is perfect because I already understand a lot about other programming languages, and I only need to learn the new syntax for each language. You seemed to have forgotten the .times method in the looping section, but since it's can't really do anything that other loops can't, and only make writing a program a bit faster, I guess it's ok. Nice vid!
For all of you saying the video is too fast, you can try to click the little settings icon at the bottom right of the video and set the speed to 0.5. It may be helpful if you can stand the audio at 0.5 speed.
wonderful tutorial as always :]
It would be interesting to have also bloc, proc and lambda. They are pretty useful and a little bit tricky, but I'm sure you can make a smart introduction.