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This week was filled with:


Rails: Novice to Ninja - Out Now!

Glenn Goodrich is an expert when it comes to everything Ruby, which is why he’s actually SitePoint’s very own Ruby channel editor!

Now Glenn is sharing his vast knowledge of Ruby in his latest book Rails: Novice to Ninja, which was released earlier this week!

What can you expect in this book?

  • Learn the basics in Ruby, Rails and SQLite
  • Build and deploy a fully functioning social news app
  • Test, debug and benchmark your app

This is the ultimate beginner’s guide to Rails, packed with 513 pages to help you become an accomplished Ruby programmer in no time!

If you’re a SitePoint Premium member you’ll find this new addition in your content library. Alternatively this book is also available for purchase as an eBook or sleek paperback.


Slack Bots and Natural Language
We'll be referencing Starting off with Slackbots, demonstrating the best practices to adopt when it comes to bot designed and Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Make Dynamic Tables in Seconds from Any JSON Data
Need to fetch your data from an external API? Cue in Tabulator, a lightweight jQuery UI plugin designed to make building complex interactive tables a breeze.

26 Steps of Product and Dashboard Design
We share what Jan has learnt and incorporated into his daily routine from his four year journey as a Product and Dashboard Designer.

How’d They Do It? PHPSnake: Detecting Keypresses
We were so fascinated when one of our writers created a PHP version of the popular “snake” game, that we wrote an article on it to see how it was done.

The Versioning Show - Nicole Sanchez

Nicole Sanchez is the Vice President of Social Impact at GitHub. Yes, that’s right, we’ve brought in the big guns.

This week Nicole speaks to Tim and David about:

  • The challenges in ensuring cultural and gender diversity in tech
  • The economic benefits of diverse communities, and
  • David’s private Slack room...where the Giphy plugin gets good use.

Another excellent episode from The Versioning Show.

Upcoming books and courses

Laravel 5.2 | Course
Learn about Laravel 5.2 by building a real working project.

Happy Learning!



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