In One Month Rails, you will join One Month co-founder Mattan Griffel for one month of online interactive learning. You'll learn how to code your own web apps using the most powerful and user-friendly framework available to web developers, Ruby on Rails.
In this course, you will learn how to build powerful web applications using Ruby on Rails (Rails 5). By the end of the course, you'll also be able to build and add powerful features to your web apps including creating user accounts, allowing them to upload images and other content, and more.
In just 30 days, One Month Rails will take you from being a complete beginner to building your first web application - guaranteed!
Note: This course is taught using Rails 5. Support for our One Month Rails curriculum is no longer offered by One Month.
One Month Rails is designed for complete beginners who want to learn how to code as quickly as possible. Ruby on Rails is all about efficiently building powerful web apps that look great. If you are someone who wants to build an app on your own instead of paying a developer to do it for you, then you're in the right place. Rails is the
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Mattan Griffel is a co-founder of One Month, and a professor at Columbia Business School. He was selected as one of Forbes' 30 Under 30 in Education in 2015. Mattan teaches and advises on growth hacking, online education, and learning to code. He has advised companies like Pepsico, Bloomberg, GM, NYSE, and JPMorgan, and has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, BusinessWeek, MIT Technology Review, Huffington Post, Mashable and The Next Web.
"One Month Rails is really informative and intuitive."
"I don't think there are any classes out there at this price point where you can actually get started and build something."
– Jordan Gutman
"Mattan has given us superpowers to create something awesome!"
– Patrick Stapleton