We run regular public workshops on a variety of topics focused on web development and design. We select the highly experienced instructors that have working experience with the topic. The workshop attendees learn by working on a project for the duration of the workshop.Learn More
We understand that public workshops don’t fit all, so we offer companies private workshops where we work with their technical manager to teach topics most relevant to the company. We offer to run the workshop either at the company premises or our own.
Through our connection with many local startups and businesses, we help students with advice on how to find the career that best fit what they love to do. We also get them in touch with local businesses and guide them through the interview process.
- Ivan Komkov
Recent Workshop attendee
Talented tech folks in Silicon Valley have always been paid huge salaries, but even so 2013 is shaping up to be a record-breaker, says recruiter Scott Purcell, division manager for Jobspring Silicon Valley. For instance, Twitter’s Christopher Fry, senior vice...Learn More
We’ve added three new Ruby on Rails intermediate level workshops to our roster of Rails offerings in response to feedback we’ve received. These workshops offer a much more narrow and specific focus on key areas of Rails development than our previous Rails...Learn More
We’ve assembled a list of local startups in British Columbia. If you are looking for a startup to take your skill set to, this list should be a real time saver. The list was based off of another list which was originally compiled by TechVibes.com and ranked...Learn More