I’ve been a code school instructor for the last several years and I see a ton of awesome going on right now in the teaching/development world. Code–schools, sites dedicated to teaching like Udemy, free, online tools like codeacedemy and youtube, etc. Through all these different mediums available anyone can learn a convenience store manager, a housewife, a nerdy high schooler, or a bro–grammer; without any experience or a 4–year commitment to college, anyone can learn how to code and before you know it you ve made something awesome. The problem I m seeing in this phase, in my students and elsewhere, is that the no one s getting all the way there. Setting up a development environment and building a project is 95+% of the process for a beginner and that s happening, but everyone is focusing on just that part because it s the main part. Unfortunately no one ever gets you the last 5% of the journey. Actually getting your code out on the web is a very overlooked thing.
Yes, there are plenty of tools on devops, but there needs to be a resource available that s specific for developers, to teach them to do what they need to do. Junior and mid–level developers don t need to be proficient in docker, chef, kubernetes, jenkins, cloud foundry and all the tools of AWS/Azure, they just need to be able to maneuver around a server to get things done. That is what I aim to accomplish in this course.
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