One Darling Island, Pyrmont
Grab your spot for June's InstallFest now!
Do you want to learn how to program and develop web applications for Ruby on Rails and have no idea where to start? Or, are you a company that has staff that need to get up to speed on Ruby on Rails?
Sponsored by reInteractive, Australia's largest Ruby on Rails focused development company, you are invited to attend the second Ruby on Rails InstallFest.
Evening 2 of 2
This runs over two nights, so be sure to register for the first evening to keep your place!
Not only do you get time with some of the reInteractive development team, you also get vouchers to various training tools and sites... worth real money :)
Wait, what do I bring?
The only requirement is you bring your computer along with whatever power charger you need, and also, please, make sure your computer works :)
OK, I need one more incentive. How about free food?
Yes, we'll organise pizza and drinks for you to munch on while you are getting your system up and running. Power boards will be provided, everything else is up to you.
What if I still need support after this?
To keep you are on track with improving your Ruby on Rails skills, reInteractive will be running their monthly Development Hub. Make sure you grab a spot!
How can I find more info on reInteractive training?
Just sign up here and we'll keep you up to date with all of our Ruby on Rails training, interesting tidbits, goings on and technical advice.
What do others have to say about the InstallFest?
Very well executed, expert staff on hand to overcome all of our issues and answer questions.” - Chris LePetit
“It was great! I made enough to get excited and want to pick it up.” - Solal Fittoussi
“An excellent overview for those who haven't tried doing any rails development before.” - Xerxes Battiwalla
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