At a Glance
As a result of this course, you'll have a solid grasp of the best new features introduced in ES 6 and ES 7 and have a workflow and tools for using these features in new and old browsers alike.
Who Should Attend This Class?
Hang back after the class and code with Ryan to cement your learnings. This will be accompanied with Pizza and Beer. Perfect.
What To Bring
- You will need your own laptop for this course. MACs and PCs equally welcome.
- Contact the team at email@example.com or (03) 9996 1257 to enquire about group bookings.
- On Campus, at Level 1, 20 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000.
About The Instructor
Ryan's worked for Government, Higher Education and startups but it was after his three year stint in Silicon Valley, working for LinkedIn that he unlocked his combined passions of programming and teaching.
Now that he's back in Australia, he's taught the Front-End Web and iOS with Swift Part time courses at General Assembly, as well as running RabbitBird; a small Consultancy focusing on Technology, Coaching and Training.
In this age of seemingly new frameworks every week and new languages every year, it can be hard to sort the signal from the noise. This is what Ryan aims to do, helping individual developers and teams use the best that modern tools and technology have to offer while crafting sustainable and longterm strategies.
- Debugging with source maps
- How to build configuration and linting for ES 6 and 7
- A solid grasp of the best new features introduced in ES 6 and ES 7
- How to utilise these new features
- The right side of your brain
- A laptop (MAC or PC), we don't discriminate
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