RubyMonk Alternatives

    RubyMonk is described as 'will teach you the syntax, idioms, and even the philosophy behind effective Ruby use in an interactive, Codecademy-like interface. As of now, RubyMonk is completely free to use' and is an website in the Development category. There are more than 25 alternatives to RubyMonk, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Android, iPhone, Mac and Windows. The best alternative is freeCodeCamp, which is both free and Open Source. Other great sites and apps similar to RubyMonk are Codecademy (Freemium), Scratch (Free, Open Source), Code.org (Free) and Treehouse (Paid).

    This page was last updated Sep 18, 2021

      • Online
      You'll be building real web applications, learning with other students, and receiving one-on-one attention from the mentors. We'll be pushing you to the very edge of your learning capacity. You will feel like quitting at times.
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    1. Duomly - let’s learn programming! We believe everybody can learn how to code, that’s why we decided to make the coding accessible. No matter how much time and experience you have, you can join and learn how to create a website or app with different technologies.
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      http://blog.codeschool.com/post/40771271846/keeping-courses-fresh
      jQuery Air is a new way to learn jQuery directly in the browser.
      Learning jQuery for the first time should be fun, and jQuery Air allows you to get your feet wet in the most practical way possible.

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      Discontinued in favor of Try JQuery. http://blog.codeschool.com/post/40771271846/keeping-courses-fresh

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      Teaching computer science to high school by providing web-based curriculum, teacher tools and resources, and professional development.
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    2. We help children become the next generation of innovators by teaching online coding & mathematics ranging from basic to advanced concepts equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and confidence at an early age to thrive in a tech-dominant future.
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