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PROG1190 - Ruby I

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 Lab 
3
36
Description
Recommended: PROG1330 Problem Solving and Programming Concepts.Ruby is an elegant and compact object-oriented programming language which is easy to learn but has all the complex programming constructs that one can ask for in a modern programming language.  Ruby has a natural syntax that makes it very easy to translate the programming thoughts into source code.  It has gained great momentum in the last 2-3 years, due to the celebrated web framework called Ruby on Rails.  Ruby has a strong and thriving community behind it and has more than a thousand active projects in open source community, covering almost every conceivable domain.
 Section #  Component  Day  Time  Length  Start Date  End Date  Fee  Status [Submit By]
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Mixed
     Wed  6:30pm  3 hours  2017-09-27  2017-09-27 
     Wed  6:30pm  3 hours  2017-11-01  2017-11-01 
     Wed  6:30pm  3 hours  2017-12-13  2017-12-13 
   Add to Cart  Summary:  36 hours  2017-09-27  2017-12-13  $280.56  Available [2017-10-05]
     
 
  Notes NOTE:  Mixed Learning is a mixture of study from home and classroom.  The student attends 3 classes during the semester: First Class - orientation and startup packageSecond Class - midway through the semester to write a midterm exam Third Class - last day of semester to write a final exam The remainder of the semester consists of the student working from home on assigned tasks that are provided by the instructor.  The instructor maintains communication throughout the semester with students via email or website access.