Rails AntiPatterns Class July 23-24 2011!

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Rails AntiPatterns class takes place at Tech Ranch Austin July 23-24.

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Rails AntiPatterns Class July 23-24 2011!

  1. 1. For  Immediate  Release  June  15,  2011     Local  Developers  Present  “Rails  AntiPatterns”     Professional  Ruby  In  Rails  Education  Continues  With  Second  Installment   Taught  by  Gowalla  Developer  Richard  Schneeman     “Rails  Antipatterns,”  the  second  class  in  the  new  ongoing  professional  education  series  from   CabForward  and  EngineYard,  comes  to  Austin  July  23-­‐24,  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.       Based  on  the  book  by  Chad  Pytel  and  Tammer  Saleh,  this  course  is  geared  towards  Rails   engineers  looking  to  improve  their  skills  in  a  handful  of  important  areas.  Topics  include:   • The  Rails  Way  @  MVC  @  Development  Environment  @  Gems  @  Bundler   • TDD  @  Haml  @  Layouts  @  Helpers  @  Validations  @  Console  @  Associations   • CRUD  @  REST  @  Routing  @  Mocks  and  Stubs  @  Forms  @  Helpers   • Filters  @  Finder  Methods  and  Scopes  @  Modules  @  Deployment  @  Custom  Rake       The  Antipatterns  course  is  an  advanced-­‐level  class  for  developers  who  are  already  working   with  Ruby  on  Rails.  According  to  Lance  Vaughn,  owner  and  founder  of  CabForward,  “The   primary  focus  of  this  course  is  to  identify  things  we  do  in  our  code  that  initially  appear   beneficial,  but  ultimately  produce  more  negative  effects  than  positive.”     The  class  is  taught  by  local  tech  rock  star  Richard  Schneeman,  a  Ruby  developer  for  Gowalla   with  over  five  years  of  Rails  experience.  He  is  passionate  about  teaching  and  has  over  two  years   of  hands-­‐on  software  training  experience.  While  not  at  work  he  enjoys  contributing  to  open   source  software,  such  as  the  Rails  repository,  and  is  an  active  member  of  the  Austin  on  Rails.     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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