Video tutorial for Ruby on Rails ?

Hi, I’m new to ruby and to rails, but I know a bit of OOP with java and objective-c, and a bit of C.

I’m looking for any video classes or opencoursewares about Ruby on Rails. If anyone can point any to me I appreciate it.

Thanks everyone.

Hi, I'm new to ruby and to rails, but I know a bit of OOP with java and
objective-c, and a bit of C.

I'm looking for any video classes or opencoursewares about Ruby on Rails. If
anyone can point any to me I appreciate it.

There are many videos on a huge range of rails topics at
railscasts.com

Fred

http://net.tutsplus.com/articles/web-roundups/essential-ruby-rails-3-reading-3/

Ya, but those are just a bunch of random videos, I’m looking for something more like a class for beginners, something that I can follow continuously.

Hey Rodrigo,

I'm not aware of any formalized screencasts that go in a specific
lesson order, but Pragmatic Screencasts (http://pragprog.com/
screencasts) may be "close enough" to what you're looking for. If
you're looking for stuff specific to the Ruby/Rails stack, check out
Ruby Metaprogramming, Everyday ActiveRecord, and Mastering Rails Forms
(not necessarily in that order).

Good luck!

Ryan actually builds on previous episodes quite a bit. And in a lot of examples uses the same rails app, just adds features to it. It's not 100% linear, but you can kind of watch them in order...

http://ruby.railstutorial.org/

but is not free, is exactly what your are looking for

sample

https://rails-tutorial-samples.s3.amazonaws.com/rails_tutorial_sample.mov

I agree the books/pdf's and the video course is very very good - I
also purchased this as a book and DVD set as well as the pdf's and
videos as a package. I wish I had setup a referrer link!!!!!

I also got a kindle version via amazon - of course I believe that the
versions on site are more up to date (at least one refers to the
instantRails packages on Windows while other has installation under
cygwin). So they do differ in content.

Hi
Try this

http://railscasts.com/
http://asciicasts.com/tags/rails-30

Regards,
Shyam