You asked, and we answered. We're bringing sexy back to Backbone.js. Sign up today for our Intro to Backbone.js workshop July 25 at Galvanize in Denver. Early bird pricing on registration ends tomorrow! Space is limited.
If you're curious about programming but don't want to commit to a lengthy course of study just yet, you might be interested in a workshop that Jessica
and I are leading titled Playing With Ruby
Like the other workshops
, it's on Wed, Sep 19, the first day of Rocky Mountain Ruby conference in Boulder, CO. We intend for it to be a little different than the typical Programming 101 class:
The votes are in and we've declared our first Intro to Backbone.js training a success (granted, we called the election early and ignored the absentee ballots). Regardless, we thought we'd share a couple of things that we recommend to others who may run a training event of their own:
- Make your slides accessible online during the event
- Let attendees focus their code on the topic at hand
Quick Left's love affair with the Backbone.js library has culminated in our very first training event, Intro to Backbone.js. We've implemented Backbone in a variety of different web applications both internally and for our customers, so it was only natural to share some of that experience in the form of a hands-on workshop.
Quick Left has taken on a leadership role in the Boulder tech community with our Hackfests, One Night Stands, Pitch to Developers, and Lunch 'n Learn events. We've gone one step further in 2012 by partnering with CU to offer cutting edge technical training to students in the University's BDW program.