Rails is a great tool for prototyping and building web-applications. Break into the world of web-development or simply expand your existing web-dev toolbox.
The course is comprised of 2 evening clases and 2 workshops. It's not crammed into a weekend so you've got time to absorb and try out what you've learnt.
Class sizes are limited to guarantee some one on one time.
By the end of the course you'll have built a simple web-application.
Some 1 on 1 catch up time is offered on request.
Although a little helps, you don't need to be familiar with Ruby.
How Rails applications are structured to serve web content.
How databases are used to store and retrieve data in the context of a web application.
Getting your application out there on the web.
Thu 24th April 18:30 ~ 20:30
Sun 27th April 13:00 ~ 17:30
Thurs 1st May 18:30 ~ 20:30
Sun 4th May 13:00 ~ 17:30
“Hi, I'm Rory. I'm a freelance developer and I've been building apps with Rails since 2008. This is the fourth time I've ran the course and I've updated it to incorporate feedback from past classes and developments from the world of Rails. ”
“Rory is a superb teacher, he has an excellent knowledge of his subject, yet has the ability to break it down and articulate complex concepts in a manner that really accelerates your learning. Willing to go well beyond the scheduled sessions to make sure that you develop. Highly recommended.” -- R. McNairn, July 19, 2012
What technical level do I need to have before attending?
You should be familiar with an object orientated programming language and understand a bit about how the web works. This is a common concern for people who have recently started learning to code so the best thing to do is get in touch if you're not sure.
What do I need to bring?
Curiosity and a WiFi enabled laptop. It would also save time if you install ruby on your laptop.