What is Co-Learning?
Co-Learning is cooperative learning (co-learning) sessions in a work environment where participants learn from advanced facilitators, follow self-paced online curriculums and help each other succeed. We create a good environment for learning with peers, offer opportunities to apply skills to real projects and coach new developers to use industry standard practices. Check out our co-learning scoreboard on freeCodeCamp at http://fcc.coderbunker.com/.
What are the Co-Learning Tracks?
Follow these co-learning tracks using high quality and self-paced online courses like freeCodeCamp and DataCamp. 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. More on projects: http://github.com/coderbunker
Who should join Co-Learning?
People want to learn coding for many different reasons. Coderbunker Co-learning targets for individuals who would like to become a software developer and software developers who want to advance their skills or explore new technology. Join us so that we could introduce you to our community full of coding enthusiasts.
Who are the Facilitators?
Different experienced facilitators would join our co-learning sessions every week, challenge them with any questions!
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.
Ricky and Fred are co-founders of Coderbunker and software developers with over 20 years of experience. In order to welcome new co-learners to our community, either one of them would provide you a mentoring interview that last around 40 minutes. It can be an introduction to the learning paths for newbies or a career counselling for experienced software developers or freelancers. Please make a booking with us through Coderbunker WeChat: 18621262521. Booking beyond fixed hours is also possible.
10:00-12:00 - Vanilla "homemade" Deep Learning with Very, Very, Very Basic Numpy
This is an introduction to Numpy that will give you a good grasp of deep learning in 2 hours and allow you to compose your own gradient descent step. This lesson does not require sophisticated python skills but requires an understanding of loop and function in python.
14:00-15:00 Front-End App Workshop
By Gregory Orton
Past Co-Learning Highlights
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