Learn Ruby, Rails, and More in Boston Through Skillshare
Skillshare, a community marketplace for classes, has announced a series of tech classes in Boston from October 10th to the beginning of November.
thoughtbot is participating with three new low-cost, introductory evening classes, in contrast to our full-day, intensive workshops that we’ve been giving for more than four years.
Greenhorn Connect is participating with $500 worth of scholarships for high school and college students. To qualify, students must live in the Boston area and forward their Skillshare confirmation emails to Akaash Achreja. You will receive $10 sponsorship back via Paypal.
thoughtbot evening Skillshare classes
Designing, Developing, and Launching a Successful Web Application | Wednesday, October 10th | 7-8:30 p.m. | thoughtbot office | Chad Pytel | Non-technical students will learn the process of building a working web application.
Introduction to Ruby | Monday, October 15th | 7-9 p.m. | thoughtbot office | Matt Mongeau | Students will learn Ruby language syntax, how to write Ruby objects, and how objects interact with one another.
Introduction to Ruby on Rails | Wednesday, November 7th | 7-9 p.m. | thoughtbot office | Chad Pytel | Students will learn the basics of the Ruby on Rails web application framework.
Other evening Skillshare classes in the curated list
Photoshop Quickstart for Beginners | Monday, October 15th | 7-9 p.m. | Workbar Boston | Gayle Rosen | Students will get a hands-on introduction to the photo editing software.
Technical Decision-Making for Non-Technical Founders | Monday, October 15th | 5-6:30 p.m. | Harvard Innovation Lab | Brandon Liu | Non-technical students will learn the most important web technologies.
Illustrator Quickstart for Beginners | Monday, November 5th | 7-9 p.m. | Workbar Boston | Gayle Rosen | Students will be learn the basics of Adobe Illustrator.
UX Research for the Web and Applications | Thursday, November 8th | 6-8 p.m. | Workbar Boston | Danielle Nordin | Students will learn to connect with users when building web or mobile applications.