RailsBridge San Francisco Spring 2019
Class Levels for Ruby on Rails
Totally New to Programming
You have little to no experience with the terminal or a graphical IDE
You might have done a little bit with HTML or CSS, but not necessarily
You're unfamiliar with terms like methods, arrays, lists, hashes, or dictionaries.
Somewhat New to Programming
You may have used the terminal a little — to change directories, for instance
You might have done an online programming tutorial or two
You don't have a lot of experience with Rails
You know what a method is
You aren't totally clear on how a request gets from the browser to your app
Some Rails Experience
You're comfortable using the terminal, but not necessarily a Power User
You have a general understanding of a Rails app's structure, perhaps from a prior workshop or tutorial
You know how to define a method in Ruby
You have a decent handle on Ruby arrays and hashes
Other Programming Experience
You're proficient in another language and understand general programming concepts, like collections and scope.
You're new to Ruby and Rails
You might be familiar with version control and basic web architecture
Ready for the Next Challenge
You've exhausted the fun of the Suggestotron/Intro Rails curriculum
You're comfortable with the terminal
You want to problem-solve instead of copying other's code
You want to build an app without using scaffolds
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