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Lucas Meadows stashed this in Web Development
"The modern standard for building web applications, Ruby on Rails, is powerful and elegant. It's the primary framework you'll learn during Dev Bootcamp."
What is Dev Bootcamp?
- A 10-week intensive bootcamp to turn passionate learners into world-class beginners.
- Appropriate for total beginners or experienced programmers.
- Learn by doing, with hands-on-labs.
Over $12K huh? More than a grand per week...
When I was a senior in college, an advisor gave me a really important piece of advice: don't go to graduate school unless you get a full scholarship with stipend. His reasoning was that if you weren't in that top echelon right away, you were already so far behind the 8-ball that your chances of becoming a top professor were essentially nil. Just thought I'd throw that out there!
And people whine because CodeLesson charges $300 for this. Dang!
Perhaps CodeLesson should up its prices?
'In just 7 days... I will make you... a MAAAA AA AA AA AAAAAAN!'
Ha! Makes me think of the Orgazmo theme song:
MG Siegler says we should use Codecademy instead: http://parislemon.com/post/12143041072/this-startup-costs-me-thousands-of-dollars
Ok, not to sound ignorant (even though I truly am when it comes to coding) but this is just what I said I needed & was told is not possible. So my question is...Is it really possible for someone to sit me (who sees mostly colors, & not numbers) down and show me how to code? Given the fact that I generally do actually use the allotted 10% of my brain each day.
Danielle, that is a subject of much debate.
Some people believe that anyone can learn how to code.
Other people believe that only people who have mastered a good amount of math and logic can learn to program.
Ultimately it comes down to whether you can have fun with the struggle of the early learning curve.
I would also add language ability to the mix. Logic and language.