And it’s on to the next thing
Okay so the last couple of days have been good. Finished Lynda.com with Keven Skoglund and I sincerely hope he does a followup series.
The course goes through a good amount and spends time explaining MVC in detail. Overall it is far easier than Learn Ruby by Example as there’s no BDD or TDD but that’s no bad thing. Kevin makes a good point at the end of the series saying that TDD should come gradually, and I have to say I have to say I agree. I’m all for TDD but at this stage in my Rails career I think it’s a bit much to spend over half my time writing tests when I’m still figuring out the ABCs.
I have a couple of sites I want to develop. One for the legal industry, a site to make sense of twitter data and a site to track my workouts (as I run and jog).
I’m g0ing to crack on with these in the order listed above. I’m not sure where they’ll take me but I think it’ll be a useful few exercises in order to get me up to speed and standing on my own two feet.
I realise the last few posts have been short, I’m expecting them to expand as the learning curve takes another incline north. Till then keep rubying …