Zero to Rails 3 Class Starts July 2011!

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"Zero to Rails 3" class taught by Gowalla developer Mattt Thompson starts July 2011.

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Zero to Rails 3 Class Starts July 2011!

  1. 1. For  Immediate  Release  June  15,  2011     Local  Developers  Present  “Zero  to  Rails  3”     The  First  Class  From  Ruby  Powerhouses  CabForward  And  Engine  Yard   Taught  by  Gowalla  Developer  Mattt  Thompson     “Zero  to  Rails  3,”  the  first  class  in  the  new  ongoing  professional  education  series  from   CabForward  and  EngineYard,  comes  to  Austin  July  9-­‐10  and  July  16-­‐17,  2011  at  the  Tech  Ranch   Austin  headquarters.  The  classes  will  run  from  9am  to  3pm  and  will  give  developers  the   opportunity  to  learn  hands  on  the  Rails  framework  from  seasoned  Ruby  on  Rails  developers.       Drawing  from  the  real  world  experience  of  Engine  Yard’s  team  of  Ruby  on  Rails  experts,  this   course  provides  a  solid  foundation  in  Ruby  as  well  as  Rails.  Since  the  course  is  based  on  Rails  3,   you  will  learn  how  to  take  advantage  of  the  new  features  available  in  the  latest  version  of  the   popular  Rails  framework.  Topics  include:   • Voyeuristic  Models  @  Fat  Models  @  Spaghetti  SQL  @  Duplicate  Code  Duplication   • Domain  Modeling  @  Authorization  Astronaut  @  Million  Model  March   • PHPItis  @  Markup  Mayhem   • Homemade  Keys  @  Bloated  Sessions  @  Monolithic  Controllers  @  Rats  Nest  Resources   • Services  @  Successful  Failure  @  Pitiful  Parsing   • Recutting  Gems  @  Vendor  Junk  Drawers  @  Miscreant  Modification   • Sluggish  SQL  @  Painful  Performance  @  Messy  Migrations  @  Wet  Validations     The  class  is  taught  by  local  tech  rock  star  Mattt  Thompson.  Matt  is  a  Ruby  hacker  and  iOS   developer  at  Gowalla  with  over  6  years  experience  with  Rails.  Matt  is  also  the  founder  of   Austin.rb,  a  community  for  Ruby  programmers  in  Austin.       Classes  are  kept  small  to  insure  a  truly  valuable  and  informative  experience,  which  means   classes  fill  up  fast.  To  view  a  full  schedule  of  dates  and  registration  information  visit   www.cabforward.net.       Publicist   Shennandoah  Diaz   Brass  Knuckles  Media   512-­‐551-­‐4023   sdiaz@brassknucklesmedia.com  

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