Save 94% off The Ruby on Rails Coding Bundle with Neowin Deals - get it for just $41

Today's highlighted deal comes from our Online Courses section of Neowin Deals, where you can save 94% off The Ruby on Rails Coding Bundle. Dive into 49 hours of instruction to learn this important web development tool and give your resume a powerful boost

What's it all about?

This bundle consists of the following five courses.

  1. Ruby on Rails for Web Development
    Learn Ruby on Rails the Fast & Easy Way!

  2. BDD with Ruby on Rails: Using RSpec 3 & Capybara
    Gain Essential Skills for Your Resume w/ Automation & Behavior Driven Development

  3. Ruby On Rails for Beginners
    Write Simple, Efficient & Sustainable Code with This Powerful Framework

  4. Advanced Ruby Programming: 10 Steps to Mastery
    Gain a Deeper Understanding of Ruby While Exploring Advanced Features

  5. Learn Ruby on Rails by Building Projects
    Upgrade Your Ruby on Rails Skills with 13 Hours of Hands-On Projects

For a full description, instructor info and specs, click here and view the corresponding tab.

How do you benefit?

The Ruby on Rails Coding Bundle normally costs $695, but you can pick it up for just $41 for a limited time; that's a saving of $654. You can even get $10 credit if you share the deal with friends.

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