Hey, I just wrapped up my semester long Ruby on Rails class over at UT. While teaching the class I filmed the presentations and put them up on my blog http://www.thinkbohemian.com/tag/rails-summer-of-code/ . The presentations follow the book’s topics in TOC order. All code and examples for the presentations either from my own libraries or from attributed sources in the presentation.
If you know anyone going through the book and learning rails for the first time I would appreciate any feedback on slide contents, presentation skills, etc.
The students really enjoyed the class, and loved this version of the book. I especially appreciated incorporating tests into the work flow instead of putting it as a separate chapter towards the end.
Thanks for the awesome tome of getting started that is this book, and I thanks ahead of time for any constructive presenting criticisms.