Ruby: An Amateur's Pitch (Educative)

Writing Classes - Defining Classes This lesson will teach you how to define your own classes in Ruby! Built-In Classes: Hashes - Hash Syntax Confusion (optional) This lesson focuses on giving an introduction on the two types of syntaxes of Hash used in Ruby. Built-In Classes: Hashes - Exercise 3: Playing with words Work your way around with Hashes! Variables - Types of Variables and their Usage Get to know various kinds of variables in Ruby. Moreover, learn how and when to use them. Built-in Classes: Strings - Exercise 2: Padding & Justifying Complete the function to justify a string via padding. Writing Classes - Initializing Objects Get to learn ho do we initialize and instantiate objects in Ruby! Built-in Classes: Strings - Exercise 4: Convert String to Integer Write a function to convert a string to integer or float. Built-in Classes: Strings - Exercise 5: Prepend a String Prepend a string to another string. Why should you learn Ruby? - Programming is Creation Motivate yourself to bring your code to life! Built-In Classes: Arrays - Working with Arrays Get yourself versed in Arrays and how to operate on them in Ruby! Built-in Classes: Numbers - Working with Numbers This lesson goes through the types of number evaluations in Ruby. Built-In Classes: Arrays - Exercise 2: Return the index of the Element Exercise to return the index of an array element. Variables - Quick Quiz on Variables! Ready for a quick quiz on Ruby variables? Built-In Classes: Arrays - Exercise 1: Guess the index? Guess the index of an array element! Built-in Classes: Strings - Exercise 3: Guess the Output? Concatenation or addition? Take this quiz to figure it out. Variables - Things on the Right go First This lesson describes how Ruby figures out the expression on the right first. Variables - What are Variables? This lesson gives an insight into variables and variable assignment. Variables - Reusing Variable Names This lesson explains how variable names can be reused in Ruby. Built-In Classes: Arrays - Exercises 9: Delete an Element Write code to delete an element from the array. Objects - Classes This lesson gives an introduction to classes in Ruby. Built-In Classes: Booleans - True, False and Nil A quick intro to True, False and Nil in Ruby. Built-In Classes: Arrays - Things you can do with Arrays! This lesson shows how you can work your way around with arrays and do all sorts of calculations with them! Built-in Classes: Numbers - Exercise 2: Guess the Type? Guess whether the result is float or integer. Built-In Classes: Hashes - Working with Hashes This lesson will discuss the “hash” data structure. Moreover, you’ll learn how to get your hands dirty with them. Built-in Classes: Strings - Working with Strings This lesson will teach you how you can operate on strings in Ruby. Objects - Instances This lesson explains how objects are formed via their classes. Built-In Classes: Hashes - Exercise 1: Guess the Answers! Work your brains up on Hashes! Built-In Classes: Arrays - Exercise 3: Find the length of the array Exercise to find the length of the array. Objects - Objects, Classes and Methods Prepare yourself to learn more about objects, classes, and methods! Built-in Classes: Numbers - Exercise 4: Even or Odd? Check whether a number is even or odd. Writing Methods - Exercise 1: Greet the person! In this challenge, you will create a method that takes a name as an input and appends and prepends text with the name to greet the person. Writing Methods - Definition This lesson will explain how to define your method in Ruby. Writing Methods - Return Values This lesson focuses on how and what a method returns values. Writing Methods - Scopes This lesson briefs about the local variables and scope of a variable and their scope. Writing Methods - Combining Methods Learn how to use methods within methods! Writing Methods - Printing Things Discover some other ways to print something in Ruby! Writing Methods - Usage This lesson will brief you on how to use methods in Ruby after defining them. Writing Methods - Exercise 2: Greet randomly! Greet in various languages! Writing Methods - Exercise 3: Convert Miles to Kilometers In this coding challenge, you will write a method in Ruby that takes miles as input and converts it into kilometers. Writing Methods - Exercise 4: Check Leap Year In this exercise, you will write a method that takes a year as input and returns in boolean form if it is a leap year or not. Writing Classes - Getting Started with Classes! This lesson is a simple introduction to classes to get you onboard! Built-In Classes: Arrays - Exercise 7: Reverse the Array Write code to reverse the array. Built-In Classes: Arrays - Exercise 6: Combine elements of an array Make a new array out of existing one by combining certain elements of the array. Built-In Classes: Arrays - Exercise 4: Replace an element in the array Exercise and learn how to replace an element in the array. Built-In Classes: Arrays - Exercise 8: Even Reversed Write code to reverse only the even elements of the array and building a new array out of them. Built-In Classes: Hashes - Exercise 2: Flip the keys & values! Find out how you can flip the keys and values of a dictionary! Writing Methods - Constituents Learn about what constitutes method! Objects - Calling Learn how to call an object’s methods in Ruby! Objects - Predicates This lesson briefs the predicate methods in Ruby and how to use them. Objects - Bangs This lesson gives an introduction to bang methods in Ruby. Objects - Methods Defining methods of an object is crucial since they exhibit an object’s properties and behaviour. Objects - Object Oriented Programming An insight into Object Oriented Programming. Objects - Listing Methods This lesson teaches how to list down an object’s methods and how to “chain” method calls with a single line of code! Objects - Quick Quiz on Objects! Let’s test your knowledge about Objects! Conditionals - Shorthand Syntax This lesson explains the shorthand syntax to write conditionals. Conditionals - What are Conditionals? This lesson gives an insight into conditionals in Ruby and their usage. Writing Classes - Attribute Writers This lesson briefs over attribute writers and their connection with instance variables. Writing Classes - Attribute Readers This lesson explains the attribute readers and how they are related to instance variables. Objects - Passing Arguments Learn how to pass arguments to a method in Ruby! Writing Methods - Flow of Execution (optional) Learn how and in what flow Ruby runs your code. Writing Methods - Methods An introduction to methods and their importance. Writing Classes - Interacting Objects Learn how objects interact with each other in Ruby. Writing Classes - State and Behaviour This lesson focuses on state, behavior and encapsulation in Ruby methods. Writing Classes - Instance Variables A detailed description of instance variables and how they work in Ruby. Writing Classes - Quick Quiz on Classes! Ready for a quiz on Classes? Get Ready for some more Drill! - Challenge 3: Append one heart next to all array elements Append a substring to each element of the array using string interpolation. Blocks - What are Blocks? This lesson will tell you what blocks are and how do we use them in Ruby. Blocks - Block Return Values This lesson discusses how and what a block returns. Blocks - Inversion of Control This lesson explains how the principle of inversion of control works in Ruby. Blocks - Alternative Block Syntaxes Get to know some alternative syntaxes that we use for blocks in Ruby. Nested Arrays - Working with Nested Arrays This lesson will briefly discuss Nested Arrays and it uses! Nested Arrays - Exercise 2: Print the output using Nested Arrays By using the nested arrays, print the output of a matrix. Get Ready for some more Drill! - Challenge 6: Align them! Now using your previous code, align your output as required. Blocks - Iterators This lesson goes through Iterators in Ruby and will show you how they can be chainable. Get Ready for some more Drill! - Challenge 4: Append hearts equal to the element in array Let’s add some more logic to your previous code! Blocks - Block Arguments This lesson discusses what block arguments are, their usage and their Ruby syntax. Get Ready for some more Drill! - Challenge 2: Make it Uppercase Convert the first letter of array elements’ to upper case. Get Ready for some more Drill! - Challenge 5: Join 'em with a newline character! Now use your previous code, instead of joining elements with space, join them with a newline character! Operators - Comparison Operators Learn about comparison operators and how we work our way around with them in Ruby. Operators - Operators are Methods This lesson presents how operators are methods too! Gear up for some Icing on the Cake! - Top-level Object This lesson explains the concept of “top-level object”, and how it works in Ruby. Conditionals - Conditionals Return Values This lesson discusses the conditional statements which return values and how to use them. Gear up for some Icing on the Cake! - Writing a new Method This lesson demonstrates the steps of writing new methods in Ruby. Gear up for some Icing on the Cake! - Terminology: Arguments vs Parameters This lesson clarifies the difference between arguments and parameters. Operators - Arithmetical Operators An intro to arithematic operators and their usage in Ruby. Operators - Logical Operators A brief intro to Logical Operators and how we use them in Ruby. Gear up for some Icing on the Cake! - Questions and Commands This lesson explains what questions and commands are, and how methods can execute them. Gear up for some Icing on the Cake! - Lots of Other Methods Get to know some other cool methods that you can use in your every day Ruby code! Gear up for some Icing on the Cake! - Alternative Syntax Gather some alternative syntax that can be used for strings and arrays! Gear up for some Icing on the Cake! - Using the Right Words This lesson demonstrates the importance of using the right names for variables, methods, classes, and whatnot! Gear up for some Icing on the Cake! - Arguments and Parentheses This lesson discusses the use of parentheses when passing arguments to the methods. Ready for a Long Haul? - The Email Class Start off by writing your own email class! Conditionals - Nothingness and the Truth An introduction to Nil, True and False objects. Advanced Topics - Using Libraries This lesson discusses how and when to use libraries and their syntax in Ruby. Coding Challenge: Truthiness - Challenge 1: Prettify the table Have questions about Challenge 1: Prettify the table? Go for it! Advanced Topics - Modules This lesson discusses modules in Ruby and it explains how they relate with classes. Coding Challenge: Truthiness - Challenge 2: Populate the table Have questions about Challenge 2: Populate the table? Go for it! Advanced Topics - Regular Expressions This lesson summarizes the use of regular expressions in Ruby in detail. Advanced Topics - Private Methods This lesson briefs on why and how to make methods private. Ready for a Long Haul? - The Mailbox Class Write your own mailbox class! Advanced Topics - More on Character Classes (Regex) This lesson discusses the character classes of Regex in detail. Ready for a Long Haul? - The Mailbox Text Formatter Format your mailbox using MailBoxTextFormatter class! Ready for a Long Haul? - Reading from a CSV File Extend your previous code to read from a CSV file. Your Collateral Apparatus! - Text Editor This lesson discusses some good text editors and how to go about with them. Ready for a Long Haul? - The Mailbox Html Formatter Now lets move onto building Mailbox Html Text Formatter! Your Collateral Apparatus! - Programming Workflow This lesson briefs about the programming workflow in your environment. Ready for a Long Haul? - Storing our HTML to a File Now lets code how to store our HTML output to a file! Your Collateral Apparatus! - Terminal This lesson discusses the importance of being proficient with terminal and its basic commands. Your Collateral Apparatus! - Interactive Ruby Familiarize yourself with working with Interactive Ruby (IRB). Your Collateral Apparatus! - Ruby Runtime Get yourself acquainted with using the “Ruby runtime”. Built-In Classes: Hashes - Exercise 4: Combine the words with its language Play with Hashes such that you identify the key, value pairs across two dictionaries and put them together. Built-In Classes: Hashes - Exercise 6: Add delimiters to the table Learn and write code to add delimiters to the table. Built-In Classes: Hashes - Exercise 5: Aligning the table columns Write code to align the table columns. Nested Arrays - Exercise 1: Sum the rows of a matrix Write a code such that it calculates the sums of all the enteries in rows in a matrix. Built-in Classes: Strings - Exercise 6: Remove Characters from String Practice exercise to remove certain characters from a string. Built-In Classes: Hashes - Things you can do with Hashes! This lesson will let you practice some imporant functions to perform with hashes. Get Ready for some more Drill! - Challenge 1: Delete elements from an array Complete the code to delete elements from the array. Built-in Classes: Numbers - Exercise 1: Playing with Numbers Ready for a time calculation exercise? Writing Classes - Object Scope and Self This lesson discusses the scope of an object and the usage of the keyword “self”. Gear up for some Icing on the Cake! - String Interpolation This lesson explains string interpolation, their usage in strings and “escape sequences”. Writing Classes - Defining Instance Methods This lesson focuses on defining instance methods in Ruby. Built-In Classes: Arrays - Exercise 5: Extract even elements from array How would you extract the even elements from the array? Built-In Classes: Symbols - Symbols An introduction to symbols, when to use them along with their difference from strings. Built-in Classes: Strings - Exercise 1: Concatenate Substrings Code to merge and concatenate two strings! Built-in Classes: Numbers - Exercise 3: Finding Modulo In this exercise, you’ll write code to take mod of two numbers.
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