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Josh David Miller is a UX-focused product consultant and serial entrepreneur who helps startups bring ideas to market. Josh has more than a decade of experience building products and their integrated teams, and he is an avid evangelist of and contributor to open source initiatives.
but are looking to master its fundamentals for great good.
No knowledge of any existing frameworks or tools is required, but we recommend that you check out the curriculum and make sure you know at least 50% of what the topics are about, meaning that you feel comfortable in participating in relevant discussions.
Also, whether you can get the most out of the class or not largely depends on if you know what you are interested in learning. Being comfortable with doing research and willing to tackle assignments would help you tremendously make good use of the class as well.
In our first class together, we’ll talk about what you can expect from this class. Then we’ll take things easy with a walk through the land of test-driven development (TDD), and we’ll flex our muscles with some ES6/ES2015 syntax.
Day 3 was a doozy, so it’s time to practice it some more. We’ll take the knowledge we gained from Day 3, throw in some best practices, and then rewrite the parts of our todo app that would be helped by our new mad skillz.
then, and error handling;
Now we’re ready to go on the frontend, so we turn our attention to the backend. On Day 6, we create a complete server backend for our todo application.
We have a frontend; we have a backend. But they’re not connected. It’s time to pull everything together to get a complete, fully-functional todo app using our full-stack engineering skills. And though we’ve been using it since Day 2, we’ve glossed over how we go from raw code to running web app. In this class, we’ll dive into Webpack, its history, and why its necessary, as well as take just a quick peak at its awesome power.
The live group lecture is the core of the class. The mentor will teach the curriculum live and students can ask questions directly.
You'll get the chance to code live via hands-on exercises. All students will work on the exercises together and get instant feedback from the instructor via screen-sharing.
Had to miss a class? Fear not. All lessons are recorded and you can review the recordings in the future.
For only $99, you’ll get to learn hands-on programming skills live with a real online mentor. This includes 9 live classes with instant feedback and hands-on exercises. Having live interaction with a mentor makes learning much easier than watching recorded video tutorials.
We have 2 live sessions per week for 4 weeks. Each session is 1 hour long, including live lectures, hands-on exercises, and Q&A. You will get to code together with the instructor and other members of the class!
The live classes will be held online at 6PM PDT (BST-8) / 9PM EDT (BST-5) on Mondays and Thursdays starting from Jun 15th. All classes will be recorded. If you'd like to enroll but strongly prefer a different time, please email us.
All classes will be recorded and you‘ll have access to the recordings at any time. You can also ask questions in our Slack channel and get help from other members of the community.
Delayed Live Class is for those who couldn't make it for the live sessions. With Delayed Live Classes, you'll be able to watch recordings uploaded within 24 hours after each session, and have access to our Slack community to ask questions and discuss with your peers and the instructor.
If you feel this isn‘t a good fit after the first class, we‘ll give you a full refund.