Get to where you want to be: Ruby, Rails or JS dev. But do yourself a favour: do it without the burnout and inefficiency of a traditional bootcamp. That's Ruby on the Beach.
While on course, you'll benefit from wellness and time-management programs that ensure you'll stay relaxed and happy - because you learn better that way.
Focused on the transition from newbie to dev, we don't stop when the course ends. Unlike other bootcamps out there, a 6-month mentorship means you'll continue to develop.
Dan Donaldson's Toronto based: is a developer, founds startups, been a designer and educator for two decades. Dan's first bootcamp was formed in the late 90's, when he realized the benefits of rapid, intensive instruction with industry pros after several years teaching technology at the college level. Dan eats and drinks Rails. Dan thinks he speaks 4 languages.
Tamara Leger is a product evangelist, marketing whiz and technology addict. She's just back from the Western Sahara and Canary Islands, refining her kitesurfing skills. Tamara helps our programs go and grow. She's based in Vancouver B.C. and that's just too much to even think about. Lucky!
Roger Camps lives in NYC, but hails from Barcelona, where he worked in marketing. Dan and Roger met when Dan was lead instructor and head of curriculum development in a bootcamp Roger attended in Boston. Talking after, they discussed the many many ways the bootcamp can grow and improve: Ruby on the Beach is that. Roger is our Social Media guru, namaste!
Kaya McGregor has a head-spinningly diverse background in the arts, theatre, film and movement. Originally from Tanzania, she's been a certified yoga instructor for over a decade, including work with trauma and movement-inhibited students: she hates what computers do to us when we work those long hours. Kaya designs our well-being programs, and we and you will love her for it.