This course teaches web development from the ground up. Students will be able to choose which framework they’d like to use, if any, and they’ll be able to test, debug and maintain their code effectively.
Atlanta, Ga (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
Big Nerd Ranch is applying its immersive learning approach to HTML5, introducing its HTML5 Apps with jQuery course. The five-day HTML5 bootcamp will be available at both the Atlanta-area and Netherlands Ranch locations.
“Front-end development can be challenging because there are so many frameworks to choose from,” says instructor Chris Aquino, lead software engineer at Big Nerd Ranch. “This course teaches web development from the ground up. Students will be able to choose which framework they’d like to use, if any, and they’ll be able to test, debug and maintain their code effectively. The class is especially relevant for developers with server-side programming experience and for designers with strong technical ability.”
The class begins Feb. 18 at Big Nerd Ranch’s Atlanta-area Ranch, and March 18 through Big Nerd Ranch Europe in The Netherlands.
Visit bignerdranch.com for details and a full schedule of upcoming classes, including:
Beginning Ruby on Rails and Ruby on Rails II
Beginning and Advanced iOS
Tuition includes accommodations, transportation to and from Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson Airport or Schiphol Amsterdam Airport (or nearby train station), all meals and training materials, and a completion certificate.
Big Nerd Ranch is a U.S.-based training and consulting company known globally for its immersive courses on app development and best-selling series of books, the Big Nerd Ranch Guides. Its consulting division develops the apps and software that drive business for corporate clients. In addition to classes at its Atlanta-area Ranch, the company offers retreat-style courses in The Netherlands through its Big Nerd Ranch Europe office.
For more information, visit bignerdranch.com. Follow "Big Nerd Ranch" on Twitter or on Facebook. Big Nerd Ranch has offices in Atlanta; Birmingham, Ala.; Washington, D.C.; and Amsterdam.