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  1. Python

    I would love to see an introduction to Python and Django. It'd be nice to see things like PEP8 (the Python style guide), common/useful modules and best practices covered as well.

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  2. NoSQL

    I'd like to learn more about the different NoSQL options MongoDB, CouchDB, Cassandra... etc. How to choose between them and how to use them in a rails project.

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  3. Android Development (Beginner / Advanced)

    Even though android development requires an IDEA (eclipse), it could be great to learn chunks of code each time with new chapters and experiment writing code.

    Personally I'd like to see Android game programming tutorials, but any android tutorial would be highly appreciated.

    Thanks!

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  4. PHP

    A beginner - intermediate course on PHP would be great, particularly for designers that need to understand more about server side programming.

    2,569 votes
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  5. Algorithms

    Using this interactive way to teach practical algorithms and machine learning to use in your applications would be awesome!

    2,414 votes
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  6. Sublime Text 2

    I would like to be more efficient with Sublime Text 2. This is an awesome editor but it lacks of good tutorials and guides!

    1,738 votes
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  7. JavaScript beyond the basics like the big boys.

    I would like to see a course or a series of courses to teach non computer science folks who want to write JS in OOP. Readability, commenting and best practices would be the focus. I want to write big boy code not spaghetti code.

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  8. Advanced Python

    Python is such an easy and fun language to learn I don't think it is necessary to offer an introductory course on it. An advanced course, however, would be very useful.

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  9. Twitter Bootstrap

    Would be very nice to see a rails centric Twitter Bootstrap course which builds a mini application using both the css and javascript plugins.

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  10. advance node.js: best practises

    It would be good to have a deeper course about node.js best practises, like exception/error handling (really hard), interfaces, api´s, debugging, etc.

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  11. Vim

    Vim is one of the must have tools in professional programmer toolbox but it's quite hard to learn. Codeschool course on the topic would be awesome.

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  12. OOP, Patterns and Refactoring

    I'd like to see good examples of refactorings and refactoring to patterns - These may be separate items altogether.. something similar to rails best practices but working through code-smell examples and sets of related refactorings as levels

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  14. Rails production environment

    I'd like a course for running my Rails App on a production environment.
    (Server configuration, app configuration, getting multiple rails apps, secure db migrations, subdomains, running in parallel with LAMP, etc).

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  15. Advanced HTML5

    It would be great to have an advanced html5 course that will cover the whole html5 new features such as storage, file access, multimedia and graphics' stuffs and so on.

    1,028 votes
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  16. Swift

    Apple's new programming language

    883 votes
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  17. Django for Vampires

    Once we already have a Rails for zombies, Why not create a Django for another terrible creature of the underworld.
    And I'm not referring to those vampires that goes into the sunlight ;)

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  18. PHP/MySQL

    They go hand in hand, and while there are newer technologies and approaches to these tried and true skills, I think it is a great (and free!) foundation to understanding, building and administrating databases and PHP programming.

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  19. TDD and BDD: using Rspec and Cucumber

    Basic of this rails testing religion

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  20. RubyMotion

    Course about how to create iOS Apps with RubyMotion: http://www.rubymotion.com/

    http://pragmaticstudio.com/screencasts/rubymotion

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