Anyone can copy and paste code they find on the Internet. But can they apply the code to solve the problem correctly? Best practices drive our courses from beginning to end.
No copy and paste examples. No 500 lines of pre-written code which the instructor cannot explain. Our programming courses start from a blank file and we code every line together for the demonstrations and you code every line for the lab exercises. The goal is you should be able to explain why every line was needed. For some more advanced courses/topics there is some starter code to save time, but the developer should know the knowledge behind the starter code before taking the more advanced course.
We teach coding so that developers are both street-smart and book-smart. Street-smart is not enough, neither is book-smart enough – both are needed. Throughout class, Eric will share his experience learning the importance of both and how knowing both will help you to scale to new heights of software development expertise.