General Assembly

General Assembly is a New York-based global network of campuses for individuals seeking opportunity and education in technology, business, and design. It offers 12 weeks Ruby on Rails and JavaScript programming boot camp in San Francisco, CA. Learn the skills of an entry-level web developer, then learn how to put them to work. Build a work-ready skill set and fluency in full stack web development. Develop a portfolio of projects individually and in small teams that are ready to present to employers. Prepare for an internship or entry-level job as a junior web developer. See their website for a full list of locations.

Quick Facts

  • Primary Language: Ruby on Rails
  • Tuition: $11,500
  • Hours: 720

Other Topics

HTML CSS Ruby UX Wordpress InDesign iOS Android SQL

Contact Info

, New York City

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