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We've just acquired GoRails to expand our courses and our team!

You can read more about GoRails, the founder Chris Oliver, and our plans in this article on VentureBeat:

GoRails is a one-man resource for learning to code with Ruby on Rails, and coding startup One Month thinks it’s pretty great.

In fact, it thinks it’s so great, that One Month has acquired GoRails, the companies are announcing today. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

GoRails founder — and human Swiss Army knife — Chris Oliver is joining the One Month team in New York, where he’ll continue to develop the GoRails product and community.

In 2013, Mattan Griffel and Chris Castiglione founded One Month Rails, an online course to learn basic Ruby on Rails coding. Eventually, the New York City-based startup broadened its scope and became simply One Month, an education library of coding and other skills that can be learned in a month. Each course comes with instructional videos, sample codes, setup instructions and tools, and access to support.

Similarly, GoRails provides screencasts of various Ruby on Rails lessons and topics, helping developers learn how to do certain things and discover new tricks and more efficient methods. RailsCasts is another site offering similar video-based tutorials.

“It’s a really interesting opportunity for us to expand what we offer,” Griffel told VentureBeat in an interview.

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