This course is designed for those who have ideas but no ability to code. You know, the bright eyed, bushy tailed, movers, shakers, entrepreneurs, innovators and makers, that fill the rooms of every beer and pizza laden meetup in town. Yeah, YOU! Here's for you kid! The course will take you from idea, to planning, through the process of building a SWEET mobile web application. Its designed neither to make the student a software engineer in 6 weeks nor to be a replacement for the product a more experienced (aka badass, don't worry, this will soon be you) software engineer would produce. This is meant to be a viable alternative to posting that, "looking to hire a developer who won't exploit me" ad on craigslist, or outsourcing to an offshore development team who may or may not build what you want. This course will teach you the rules of the game, how to apply them like a boss and how to quickly find answers to questions when you're unsure.
This is a 6 week course that will take place on Tuesdays from April 29th - June 3rd. The schedule for the course is as follows:
Tuesday April 29th 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday May 6th 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday May 13th 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday May 20th 7:00pm- 10:00pm
Tuesday May 27th 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday June 3rd 7:00pm - 10:00pm
INSTRUCTOR FOR THE COURSE:
Prior to this, Evan worked on Chase Community Giving at J.P. Morgan and created NiteFly, a mobile application designed to serve as the Open Table for nightlife. In addition to serving as a Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship National Business Plan Competition Judge and guest speaker, Evan is the founding event chair for the Harvard Club of New York's Technology and Entrepreneurship Panel which brings together successful entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and alumni to share experiences, advice and opportunities.
Evan lives in Manhattan and graduated from Harvard in 2009 with an A.B in Social Anthropology. Find more information about Evan and his works at http://evanmrose.co