Ruby Programming Tutorials

This is the outline for the Ruby Programming tutorial series. Each link is a link to the video, which has the full transcript and source code below it. Enjoy!

Ep. 1 – Introduction
Ep. 2 – Getting Started
Ep. 3 – Getting Help/Tools
Ep. 4 – Main Ruby Concepts
Ep. 5 – Ruby Numbers
Ep. 6 – Ruby Strings
Ep. 7 – Ruby Arrays
Ep. 8 – Ruby Hashes
Ep. 9 – Ruby Flow Control
Ep. 10 – Objects and Modules
Ep. 11 – Ruby Projects
Ep. 12 – Documentation
Ep. 13 – Basic IO
Ep. 14 – YAML
Ep. 15 – Error Handling
Ep. 16 – Benchmarking
Ep. 17 – Getting Advanced
Ep. 18 – Out Into The World
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23 thoughts on “Ruby Programming Tutorials”

  1. I like this website very much. And I think you should put some advertisements on the page so that you can earn extra income other than donation.

  2. This is a Great thing you are doing. Your tutorials help out, when I don’t really understand the print material I am reading.

  3. Hi Tyler,
    I liked your Ruby Tutorials very much, it was a nice refresher of my knowledge of the language.
    I just donated and I hope you will continue the good work.


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  5. um, i think most of the people here have mastered all the simple stuff like loops and variables, classes, kernal methods, what about threads, could these make the pong.rb compile or start up faster, i think it would help people more if you showed common guis and api, you need to explain all the existing classes and methods and how to use them with complex and individualized example programs, also, its been a while, acording to ur utube vid dates, since you’ve posted any tutorials, i think your written ones are better, i dont have to pause or jump to different parts over again, but rember to explain every part of your code and even describe different combinations that may be useful, this would really help beginers and intermediate rubyists

    1. I think so, too 🙂 And actually he made such a great open – minded videos, but with real examples on real projects it will be better a lot.

  6. it’s very good but i’m beginner i have watched 3 videos till now i need more explanation more practicing how to open and use ruby language please and thank you for your effort good luck and god bless because you are helping spreading knowledge

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