Raspberry Pi Ruby programming quickstart tutorial

A quickstart tutorial for learning to program in Ruby on the Raspberry Pi. In this video we introduce variables, lists, and creating a function to calculate an average.


Modern Vintage Gamer says:

whats with the thumbs downs? this is a great tutorial. keep them coming

Knuckles the Echidna says:

Me no good at programming, it contains numbers and stuff 🙁

caxco93 says:

very good tutorial. even if its the very basics and ive been using c++ and others for over 4 years i kept watchin

Mindaugas Čelkys says:

Generally, don’t use apt-get to install Ruby because it will install older versions, such as 1.9.3 in this example. Install RVM and use that to get later versions of Ruby.

Dirk Schlage says:

In your example the values in the array sum up to 24. Divided by the count, which is 5 gives 4, which in some cases might not be what you would expect. You did an integer devision.

electricadventures says:

Great little programmer tutorial Dave, nice and clear.  Should be great for anyone getting into programming on the Pi but not being up to the level of using C.

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