Web Application Fundamentals - 6 Wks - Final Payment
This is the final payment of $299 due before the second class on September 28, 2019.
A web application can enhance an individual or workplace project and could even be the start of a new business. Web apps are one of the best first projects for beginning programmers and we have selected technologies that are suited to smaller businesses, agencies and startups. In this class you will create your own unique app that can do useful tasks from anywhere, on any device.
There are no prerequisites for the course.
This 6 Saturday class runs from 9:30am to 1:30pm at the Callingwood Recreation Centre. Class dates are September 21, 28, Oct 5 (No class Oct 14 long weekend), Oct 19, Oct 26 and Nov 2.
All classes are 4 hours in length with interactive class challenges and limited to 10 participants. Homework is on the students individual project with a suggested 2 to 4 hours per week. There is a final comprehensive quiz and mark based (30% on the quiz and 70% on the project). Students receive a certificate of achievement and a mark for the course.
The full cost of this course is $399 plus GST. The initial registration deposit of $100 will be followed by a subsequent payment of $299 due before the second class.
Week 3: Data Structures, File Access (Objectives: Understand common data structures. Complete web and Ruby challenge problems storing data in files and memory. Homework: Data Structures and objects for your project.)
Week 5: Hosting a Sinatra Server,SQL Databases, Heroku, Source Management and Gems (Objectives: Setup the tools needed to host on Heroku. Create a DB for the challenge problem. Homework: Completing and Hosting your project)
Week 6: Project Demonstrations, Final Quiz, Security, Refactoring (Objectives: Demonstrate your project. Be tested on your knowledge. Security issues for your project. Ideas and pseudocode to advance your project.)
About your instructor: Doug Kaweski holds a degree in Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan and has been programming since the early days of microcomputers. He has worked as a developer and software development manager and has taught game programming in Ruby, Introductory Ruby and Web application classes including the Edmonton Learning to Code Series and Web Application Fundamentals.