Mentors with specialization Programming Ruby. Hire a personal tutor to learn programming remotely and in an individual program.

  • Kirill Zonov

    Reviews: 1

    I used to work with Rails, pure Ruby, Grape, even Hanami. I saw great and awful architecture, tons of legacy code and well-used patterns. Can help you to not become spagetti-code writer.

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

    Reviews: 2

    Ruby world is not limited by Rails. Alternative frameworks, microservices, DSL - you can enrich your own toolkit with them, and I'll help you not to be lost in a variety of technologies.

    • go
    • elixir
    • docker
    • ansible
    • ruby
    • microservices
    • oop
    • ruby on rails
  • Viktor Shepelev

    Reviews: 15

    Passionate Ruby programmer for more than ten years. Can teach from the very beginning, or help junior/middle programmers in mastering the excellence.

    • ruby
    • rspec
    • opensource
    • open data
    • code quality
    • sinatra
    • backend
  • Anton Cherepanov

    Reviews: 27

    Introduce you to programming on Ruby and give you reliable foundation for further professional education and a carrier as a software engineer.

    • ruby on rails
    • git
    • code quality
    • backend
    • ruby
    • javascript
    • redux
    • postgresql
    • ansible
    • aws
    • webpack
    • ci
    • react.js
    • node.js
    • npm
    • es6
    • rspec
    • codeclimate
    • travis
  • Kirill Shirinkin

    Reviews: 10

    I'm writing Ruby code for more than 7 years: web-applications on Rails, gems, scripts, Chef cookbooks and Puppet modules and many other things. And I can teach you all of these.

    • ruby
    • ruby on rails
    • chef
    • ansible
    • puppet
    • terraform
    • aws
    • docker
    • openstack
    • go
    • ci
    • cd
    • jenkins
    • kubernetes
    • linux
    • devops
    • infrastructure
    • git
    • bash
    • openshift
    No spots
  • Ivan Shamatov

    Reviews: 17

    Rails? or may be Hanami? or Sinatra? or Padrino? Whatever you like. I can teach you any framework written on Ruby. More than that, maybe you wish to build you own framework? Can do that too

    • postgresql
    • ruby on rails
    • git
    • vue.js
    • ruby
    • jruby
    • concurrency
    • mongodb
    • elasticsearch
    • trailblazer
    • gems
    • chef
    • ci
    • payments
    • architecture
    • prototyping
    No spots
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