Hi,

"Jess Gabriel y Galn" <jgabrielygalan / gmail.com> wrote in post #1063604:
> http://rubyquiz.com/

Yeah, those Ruby quizzes are really a lot of fun.

However, when you are more advanced and you're looking for larger projects, you should think about what *you* want to do. Maybe a small game or a specific tool?

I think the best way to learn is to write programs that you actually use. This is much more demanding than just doing small tasks for training. And it forces you to write good code, because using the program will very soon reveal its weaknesses.