You may remember when we first met Rob Dey (pictured above) back in February. He’s the founder and an instructor at Coder Manual, and has built web technology for Coca-Cola, Toyota, First Data, Newell-Rubbermaid, Getaround, and Edison Nation. He’s a self-taught programmer with a focus on Ruby on Rails, and now is your chance to learn from him. Dey is bringing his skills and experience to you with his Intro to Ruby on Rails workshop as part of General Assembly‘s Adult Summer Camp.
Check out the details and don’t forget to register.
7:15 PM – 9:15 PM
675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE 2nd Floor
Atlanta , GA 30308
Why Intro to Ruby on Rails:
Ruby On Rails is one of the hottest ways to develop the next big thing, as proven by Twitter, Hulu and Groupon. This class will provide an introduction to becoming a Ruby on Rails developer. Learn about the fundamentals of programming for the web, the required toolset and where to go next.
About Coder Manual:
Coder Manual was launched January 2015 and was created because becoming a job-ready web developer is either difficult, disorganized, or expensive. Our focus is to create singular, highly-focused courses that teach job skills quickly over the web. We created the curriculum for the first course based on a complete study plan that works and has led to multiple web development job offers.
Why Coder Manual:
Simply put, Coder Manual offers a comprehensive education on software job skills at a fraction of the cost of a college education or bootcamp. Even if students are enrolled in bootcamps or classes, the curriculum serves as an excellent supplement because of its value and low price. By the end of the course, you’ll have built a portfolio of real apps that will help you get hired. You’ll even learn how to build a startup that can register users and accept payments – you can use this as a minimum viable product for your own business if you’re an entrepreneur.