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Ruby on Rails?



My friend has been encouraging me to learn Ruby on Rails but, there's only so much he can tell me through Skype before I kind of hit a wall and need additional resources to help out.

Unfortunately, I'm really bad at finding additional resources. As such I was wondering if you lovely people happened to know any good (and preferably free) resources for learning Ruby on Rails which isn't 'Rails for Zombies' – because I just found it confusing.

Kind thanks!


onion witch
i've always found codecademy to be very useful. i haven't checked out the course for ruby on rails but if it follows theme with the rest of their courses, it should be quite good! i hope this isn't too late!