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RailsConf 2013

This presentation, by Emily Stolfo, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0
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Coming from a hacker background, I’ve continually been surprised by how frequently new grads lacked the skills needed, particularly in community learning. When I was asked to teach Ruby on Rails at Columbia University I observed that a significant number of the skills required to become successful professionals in the industry are acquired on the job and aren’t being taught in school. This presentation will review: - Lessons learned from the experience teaching in my alma mater’s CS program. - How I developed a hacker-centric curriculum teaching not only the algorithms, but the keys to being a successful developer in the modern open source driven Rails community. - How we as hackers can fix this.

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