What is it?
Co-Learning are cooperative learning (co-learning) sessions in a work environment where participants are following a self-paced online curriculum and helping each others succeed.
These are not classes or workshops led by instructors/teachers.
Instead, Co-learning is a friendly environment where you are pushed to progress.
Starting from 90 RMB/day.
Pick the course that support your ambitions, follow your own pace
Front end web development
HTML5 and CSS (5 hours)
Responsive Design with Bootstrap (5 hours)
Gear up for Success (20 minutes)
jQuery (3 hours)
Basic Front End Development Projects (50 hours)
Basic Algorithm Scripting (50 hours)
JSON APIs and Ajax (2 hours)
Intermediate Front End Development Projects (100 hours)
Intermediate Algorithm Scripting (50 hours)
Advanced Algorithm Scripting (50 hours)
Advanced Front End Development Projects (150 hours)
NEXT SESSION: September 24th
Backend web development
Introduction to Unity
Welcome to one of the world’s largest creative communities -- and the number one game development platform. Unity gives you everything you need to realize your creative vision fast, and move ahead.
NEXT SESSION: October 15th
Machine learning is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed.
This course provides a broad introduction to machine learning, datamining, and statistical pattern recognition. Topics include:
The course will also draw from numerous case studies and applications, so that you'll also learn how to apply learning algorithms to building smart robots (perception, control), text understanding (web search, anti-spam), computer vision, medical informatics, audio, database mining, and other areas.
NEXT SESSION: October 8th
Linux Foundation Certification
System Startup and Shutdown, GRUB
init: SystemV, Upstart, systemd
Linux Filesystem Tree Layout
Kernel Services and Configuration, Kernel Modules
Devices and udev
Partitioning, Formatting, Encrypting Disks
Linux Filesystems and the VFS
Filesystem Features: Attributes, Creating, Checking, Mounting
Filesystem Features: Swap, Quotas, Usage
The Ext2/Ext3/Ext4, XFS and btrfs Filesystems, LVM, RAID
Local System Security, Linux Security Modules
System Monitoring, Process Monitoring
I/O Monitoring and Tuning, I/O Scheduling
Memory: Monitoring Usage and Tuning
Package Management: RPM, DPKG, yum, zypper, APT
User Account and Group Management
File Permissions and Ownership
Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
Backup and Recovery Methods
Network , Firewalls
Basic Troubleshooting, System Rescue
NEXT SESSION: October 20th
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the content we use
We use high quality, self-paced content
become a web developer
Work through online self-paced coding challenges, build projects, and earn certifications.
Improve your business english
Work with international engineering teams, learn how to manage software products, deliver impactful presentations and complete market research on OpenSource and non-profit projects.
Coursera "Build a Computer"
from nand gate to software
In this project-centered course* you will build a modern computer system, from the ground up. The course is divided into six hands-on projects that will take you from constructing elementary logic gates all the way through creating a fully functioning general purpose computer. In the process, you will learn - in the most direct and constructive way - how computers work, and how they are designed.
Your own content!
Self-organized co-learning sessions
Know of a better online content? Suggests it and we will try to form a group of interested people to follow it!
rules and Conditions
Some things to know
Must be 13 years old and older
Any experience level (including none) but must know how to use a computer
Bringing your own working laptop computer (Windows, Mac or Linux) is required
During the co-learning session
As a rule, and to make sure everyone is focused, it is forbidden to work or talk about something else than the subject at hand during a co-learning session
Mobile phone must be set to silent
Facilitators, staff and members may elect to reimburse and ask to leave any guest who is considered disruptive to learning
Co-learners are expected to eventually form teams to work cooperatively on OpenSource projects for nonprofits to gain applied practical skills and build a portfolio. See the list of Coderbunker sponsored-projects for ideas!