Rails for Beginners Course - Live Instructor, 8 spots left

Hi there,

My startup, Matygo, is running our second live Rails for Beginners
course starting next week. This course is for people who are new to
Rails, or have yet to dive in, and want to get a head start getting up
to speed.

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/matygo-rails-beginners-jan-2012

Our classes are fully online but are quite interactive. This is how it
works:

  1. Weekly live group video workshop led by an instructor that
    clarifies and builds upon the weeks homework and provides personal
    guidance. We integrated Google Hangouts, so this is a true group video
    classroom (limited to 9 students) with screen sharing, whiteboarding,
    and more.

  2. Private discussion forums, assignments, file and resource sharing.
    This is administered through the Matygo web and mobile apps (iOS and
    Android) and can be accessed 24/7.

The course uses Michael H.'s Ruby on Rails book/tutorial (http://
ruby.railstutorial.org/ruby-on-rails-tutorial-book) as a primary
reference and adds a live class with max 9 other people and custom
assignments.

The course lasts 8 weeks with 1 live class a week on Tuesdays from
7:30-8:30pm PST. It costs $149 total, so just under $19/class.

The last round went really well, so we’re doing another. Sound bytes
from two of the first round students:

rails_class = { “training_co” =>“http://www.matygo.com”, “student” =>
@curphey”, “teacher” => “@derekyau”, “quality” => “A+”}

The tutorial was used as the primary reference material for the
Matygo course Rails for Beginners. I dont think I could have gotten
very far in the tutorial without the clarification provided by the
Matygo teacher.

For organizations, we can also create custom classes and have already
done this for a number of companies.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at
[email protected]

Have a great day!

Paul


Paul L.
778-991-7280
@paulitex
co-founder, matygo.com

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