Daily Deal: Stuk.io Build Your Dream Apps with Ruby on Rails

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If you've always wanted to learn how to build your own app, Ruby on Rails is great way to start for beginners with its simple structure and energetic community of coders. Stuk.io has a Build Your Dream Apps with Ruby on Rails: Two Year Subscription offer in the store. For 89% off, you gain access to 120 hours of content training where you can learn at your own pace, and practice apps to train on. Each month, they release two new codecasts to teach you more about customizing your apps with special features. All you need is a web browser and $49 and you can start coding the next great app.

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