Deals: A Year Of Ruby On Rails Training Is Yours For A Ridiculously Low Price

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Looking to pursue a career as a web developer? Mastering the Ruby on Rails framework is a great way to start. Used to create major sites like Hulu, Twitch, and Soundcloud, Ruby on Rails is big in the tech world, and employers are always eager to hire more experts. With a 1-year all-access pass to Codeplace, you can fast track your Ruby education with immediate hands-on training, and it’s on sale for only $63.70 AUD [$49 USD].

With Codeplace, you’ll jump right into developing with Ruby as you create 28 real apps through a guided learning path. You’ll have access to 29 hours of step-by-step guides and free resources like Codeplace’s concept dictionary and members-only support center. Once you’re finished learning, you’ll leave with a robust portfolio of apps certain to help you in the job hunt.

For a limited time, Gizmodo readers can get a 1-year all-access pass to Codeplace for only $63.70 AUD [$49 USD], saving more than 80% off its $452.40 AUD retail price.

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