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Students should have attained a thorough working knowledge of Ruby programming techniques, be able to build a system using the language and apply it in a web context.Indicative Module Content:
Main parts of the Ruby language; primitives, data-structures and programming conventions. Culminates in introduction to the Ruby-on-rails framework.
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The course is designed to be taken by students with no prior programming experience.Learning Exclusions:
The course is designed to be taken by students with no prior programming experience. However, prior experience with, at least, one programming language and/or with the object-oriented programming paradigm would clearly be a boon.
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• Feedback individually to students, post-assessment
Feedback in given on the practicals completed during the term (these practicals are not counted in final mark, which is based purely on the written exam).