Web-applications on Ruby on Rails

Mentors with specialization Web-applications on Ruby on Rails. Hire a personal tutor to learn programming remotely and in an individual program.

  • Kirill Zonov

    Reviews: 1

    Worked with plenty of projects, from MVPs to huge web-services with dozens of microservices and distributes DBs. Can help you move forward towards such a beautiful life.

    • gems
    • aws
    • backend
    • mongodb
    • ml
    • postgresql
    • postgres
    • swift
    • mysql
    • js
    • nginx
    • docker
    • ruby on rails
    • rspec
    • rails
    • ruby
    • oop
    • python
    • javascript
    • node.js
  • Stas Mehonoshin

    Reviews: 2

    I've worked on a dozen of different Rails apps and can learn you how to use Rails effectively, rapidly implement your startups' MVP and see a difference between code and solid product.

    • go
    • elixir
    • docker
    • ansible
    • rails
    • ruby
    • microservices
    • oop
    • ruby on rails
  • Anton Cherepanov

    Reviews: 27

    I'll introduce you to Rails. You will gain confidence and knowledge, which will be enough to create your own project, and if this is not enough, We'll deep into the React ecosystem.

    • ruby on rails
    • git
    • code quality
    • backend
    • ruby
    • javascript
    • react
    • redux
    • postgresql
    • ansible
    • aws
    • webpack
    • ci
    • rails
    • js
    • node.js
    • npm
    • es6
    • postgres
    • rspec
  • Ivan Shamatov

    Reviews: 16

    Starting from scratch? Rails is so awesome, that you even don't have to know how it works underneath to start developing great projects. Less magic will lead to more knowledge. Lets start!

    • ruby on rails
    • git
    • vue.js
    • ruby
    • jruby
    • concurrency
    • postgres
    • mongodb
    • elasticsearch
    • trailblazer
    • gems
    • chef
    • ci
    • payments
    • architecture
    • prototyping
    • rails
  • Ivan Takarlikov

    Reviews: 5

    I'll talk about the framework architecture and the features of working with it. Also i show which mistakes can be avoided and techniques to learn.

    • ruby
    • rails
    • git
    • node.js
    • postgresql
    • es6
    • react
    • ruby on rails
What's the difference between self-education and mentoring?

It may be not so easy to select the necessary material and guess in what order and how much you need to learn to achieve the desired result, it is not easy. We are not saying that it's not possible, actually, we have walked this path ourselves. But in this case you will have to learn from your own mistakes trying to navigate in the dark, while your mentor will start with set the direction and give you some essential info to read. You will start learning and practicing exactly what you need. And you will keep doing it throughout the training. The difference is like between training in the gym with a personal trainer and doing it all by yourself.

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