Rails Training: Prices SLASHED!

Lock me up. I'm a SLASHER! A slasher... OF PRICES!

Call me Simon Skinner1. We really should be locked up for offering seven days of immersive training for $1999. And for that price you get not one Dave, but two.

Whether you’re a first-time programmer, a seasoned developer on another platform, or you’ve decided to train your existing employees (recruiting isn’t always easy), this course is just the thing.

Dave Strus and David Jones of Fretless

Instructors Dave Strus and David Jones of Fretless

Terrified at the very idea of learning to program? We know you can do it. Take 15 minutes, and give Try Ruby a shot. Not so bad, right? This course is for you.

Join us as we build three complete web apps at Eleven Fifty Coding Academy, in the mansion of Eleven Fifty co-founder Scott Jones. At this price (ABSURD, I tell you!), now is the perfect time to learn to program in Ruby. Class runs November 8-14, 2014.


  1. Timothy Dalton’s character from Edgar Wright’s masterpiece Hot Fuzz

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Learn to Code With Ruby and Ruby on Rails

Learning to code can be tough. It’s also a lifelong journey. I know I’m still figuring it out after 15+ years.

Dave Strus and David Jones of Fretless

Instructors Dave Strus and David Jones of Fretless

I’ve gotten a computer science degree, read a ton of books, read even more blog posts and tutorials, watched screencasts, attended Meetups and conferences, taken private training courses, and earned fancy certifications1. Suffice to say, I gained knowledge from a variety of sources. Believe me: Some are better than others. At times I’ve been so scared of learning a subject the wrong way that it’s kept me from learning that subject at all2. Had I known what I now know 15 years ago, I could have saved myself some time.

The Fretless team has spent years organizing events, volunteering, and teaching and mentoring others. Now we’re teaming up with Eleven Fifty to offer an immersive course on Ruby and the Ruby on Rails framework November 8th through November 14th, 2014.

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