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Monday, September 08 (10:00 AM) @ TurnToTech
Only class where curriculum based on building real world products for real world companies. Pay only after you get job!



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TurnToTech, 184 5th Ave, 4th Fl, New York
We’re the only company where the curriculum is based on building real world products for real world companies
- in most cases, companies we’ve invested in. You will actually help make a real product that is going to
be released to the market. It’s going to feel like a startup, and when all those interview requests start
coming in, you’ll be ready to talk the talk and show off all the awesome work you’ve been up to.

Fee: $9,000
Duration: 12 weeks
Location: TurnToTech, 184 5th Avenue, 4th Floor
Course Schedule: Full time, September 8th – December 9th (a new batch will start every month)
12 Week Curriculum in brief
Ask for the detailed week by week plan when you visit us

Weeks 1 and 2: The Fundamentals

Setting up your environment: Command line, text editors, rails
25 elementary but challenging programming problems in Ruby
Emphasis on fundamentals and consistency
Understanding the Agile methodology
Git, testing, and regular expressions
Test driven development
Weeks 3, 4, and 5: Developing an in-depth understanding of Web Technology

Web Server configuration
Dynamic web pages
Being responsive – Designing for Mobile
Frameworks such as Rails that help with development of web applications
Go deep and build a rails-like framework from scratch
Even more dynamic – Push technologies such as Web sockets
Practical side of things: Server Clustering, Heroku, Amazon EC2
Weeks 6, 7, 8: Creating a practical Web App

Writing thread safe applications
Saving data : Relational databases, SQL and postgresql
Saving data the Rails way: ActiveRecord
Talking to a server: Creating an API that serves JSON
Authentication and authorization, devise, cancan
Front-end revisited: Javascript, jQuery, AJAX
Specialized data storage technologies: Amazon S3
Social network integration – Facebook and Twitter
Uploading files, carrierwave
Adding email support to your web app
Log files
High performance and reliability related topics: Sticky sessions, session replication, memcache
Weeks 9-12: Internship

Work on a real project that will be released on the web
Get a glimpse of what it’s like to work at a real startup
Learn how large projects are managed using tools such as github and trello
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