We are surrounded by computers. Every day, we have to interact with a device to send an email, take a picture or buy airplane tickets to our next vacation.
In this course you will learn the basic programming skills to start building applications on your own. You will learn how to handle different data structures, how to understand an application's control flow, and how to implement the essential pieces of a computer program.
By the end of this course, you will be able to build basic command-line apps, and understand the basic concepts of programming.
What You’ll Learn
In this course you will learn basic programming skills.
- How to create and manipulate data structures
- How to design an application control flow
- How to create a command-line application
- How to render graphics
What’s in a Class?
This is not "sit back and watch slides" — all Jumpstart Lab courses are hands-on. We work with real applications and you’ll implement these tools and techniques yourself. By the end of the class, you’ll have real experience, real skills, and real code to reference.
Who’s this for?
This course is built for people with no previous experience programming. Students will have to feel comfortable using a computer. No previous computer science knowledge is required.
What equipment is needed?
For this session you'll need:
- a computer with Mac OS or Linux (Windows users can setup Linux in a virtual machine)
- Ruby 2.0 and Rails 4.0 installed
Detailed setup instructions will be sent out a week before the class takes place.
Who we are
We have the most experienced instructional team in the Ruby/JS world. Learn more about us.
As always, this class is backed by our 110% money-back guarantee.
Learn a new skill
This in-person or online class runs across two days of two sessions each.
- Session 1: 9am MT - 12pm MT
- Session 2: 1pm MT - 4pm MT
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Introduction to Programming
Building an App
Pricing for this course is $549 per attendee.
Private / On-Site Course
This course can be run as a dedicated course for your team, either online or on-site. Send an email to email@example.com and tell us whether you're interested in online or in person, how many participants you expect, and a bit about what kind of work you're doing. We'll get right back to you with a quote and customized plan.
Jeff Casimir is the Principal at Jumpstart Lab, has been teaching Ruby and Rails since 2005, and tells awesome jokes. He's conducted training for our largest clients, small teams, and many individuals.