1. Michael Hartl on Rails - done a bit
2. Codecademy - done a bit
3. Lynda - I haven't tried it yet.
4. Michael Hartl completed/clicked.
5. HTML Essential Training (Bill Weinman)
6. CSS Fundamentals (James Williamson)
7. Foundations of Programming: Object Oriented Design (Simon Allardice)
8. Ruby Essential Training (Kevin Skoglund)
9. Ruby on Rails 4 Essential Training (Kevin Skoglund)
10. Mackenzie Child- https://www.youtube.com/user/mackenziechild/videos
Two points in this article really stand out to me. "I want to make it clear that for about six months I made it a point to get in at least 1 hour of learning to program for at least five nights out of the week."
"I tried my luck and moved up to KC. That was the turning point. Being around other developers made it easy to ask questions and look at code written by other people."
From reading other advice, my guess is that these two decisions are probably the biggest factors in his progression and something that I haven't really mastered yet.
At 32, I am even more inclined to follow his final bit of advice:
"Without years of experience, which you cannot accelerate, I would say that your best option would be to have your own vision in mind that you want to bring to fruition."