Save 85% off One year 'All Access Pass' to Codeplace via Neowin Deals

Today's highlighted deal comes from our Software section of Neowin Deals, where you can save 85% off One year 'All Access Pass' to Codeplace. Learn Ruby on Rails with help from a community of over 30,000 developers.

What's it all about?

Want to learn web development in an accelerated, hands-on way? Then you need to go to Codeplace, where you can learn Ruby on Rails by building real world applications - from marketplaces to social networks. Codeplace's format combines contextualization, step by step navigation, an interactive dictionary, source code, progress tracking and much more so you can learn Ruby on Rails at your own pace.

  • Learn by building 28 real apps through a guided web development learning path
  • Watch 29 hours of video & step by step guides
  • Access all free content, Codeplace's Pro Books & Tutorials, Concept Dictionary, & the members-only support center
  • Earn a certificate of completion at the end of each course

For full specs and license info, click here and view the corresponding tab.

How do you benefit?

A One year 'All Access Pass' to Codeplace normally costs $348, but you can pick it up for just $49 for a limited time; that's a saving of $299. You can even get $10 credit if you share the deal with friends.

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