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Co-Learning, Sat. March 17th

Peer Learning at Coderbunker

Co-Learning Tracks

  • Learn front-end development
  • Become a full stack web developer
  • Explore data science
  • Collaborate on Open Source Project to reach professional proficiency

Follow these co-learning tracks using high quality and self-paced online courses like DataCamp and freeCodeCamp. For those who completed at least 50% of the learning track, we invite you to join open source projects in small teams to experience a professional team workflow.

Facilitators

We have a strong team of facilitators with high expertise in various areas, find more about them at http://www.coderbunker.com/co-learning and http://www.coderbunker.com/members. Different experienced facilitators would join our co-learning sessions every week, challenge them with any questions!

  • Ricky Ng-Adam, founder of Coderbunker and software developer with 20 years of experience. He can answer questions like: how can I be a freelancer? how can I build an app on Google G-Suite? what database should I use?
  • Raynard Zhang, deep learning algorithm engineer. He can answer questions like: how to learn new complex things fast with moderate intellectual (like him)? how to pave the journey to a deep learning career without every required qualification? what are the latest cool things we can get our hands on in AI?
  • Karl Xu, DevOps and software engineer. He can answer questions like: how can I build a continuous delivery pipeline for my app with the least effort?
  • Frederic Bazin, software developers with 20 years of experience
  • Mohammed Ben-Thair, software developers with 5 years experience
  • Oscar Chan, community manager of Coderbunker, with >60,000 XP on DataCamp

Activities

09:00-18:00 Self Paced Co-Learning
Follow your own course, discuss with other co-learners and facilitators when you need help. Share your achievements, ask our senior engineers for career recommendation, join our teams on open source project.

10:00-12:00 Intro to Python for Data Science Lesson 5
By Mohammed Ben-Thair

Exclusive session for co-learners of Intro to Python for Data Science. Talk to us if you would like to join. Mohammed will help you understand two python advanced features: Generators and Decorators.

10:00-14:30 Raspberry Pi and Node-Red
By Joseph Beltrami

Learn the basics of IoT by setting up your Raspberry Pi with Node-Red, a tool written in JavaScript that makes programming your devices more visual and intuitive. In this workshop, you will install Raspbian, and use your Raspberry Pi to send data to an InfluxDB database. You will then create visual representations of the data by using grafana.

15:00-17:00 Growth Hacking for Startups
By Shuyu Wu

Marketing can be scary to startups but it is necessary to grow your business. Shuyu Wu from EM Brokerage Group would share her experience in doing marketing to make it a bit easier. In this talk, she would use online and offline campaigns to explore questions like: How much should be spent on marketing for a startup? Are both campaigns needed? (80 RMB for visitors, FREE for members and UMass students

Joining Co-Learning

If you would like to join our co-learning, please sign up through meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Coderbunker/events/248371582/.

Joining Raspberry Pi with Node-Red

  • Date: March 17th, 2018 (Saturday)
  • Time: 10:00 to 14:30 (Lunch break in between)
  • Seats: 10 (FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED)
  • Price: 160 RMB for visitors, FREE for members and UMass students
  • Register: Scan the QR code to reserve your place
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