Simplon is a 6-month training program teaching Ruby on Rails in France and Romania. Simplon accepts both beginners and experienced programmers, teaching web and mobile applications using the most advanced technologies and programming languages. Graduates of Simplon will be skilled in HTML & CSS, Ruby on Rails, Github, Test Drive & Agile Development, Computational thinking, Web Project Management, APIs, UX design, and Lean startup principles. Simplon is free and open to anyone, as long as they're motivated.
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I never attended their bootcamp. I just contacted them in order to get more info on their bootcamp.
Their website doesn't say whether they conduct bootcamps in English or only in Romanian (since I don't live in Romania). I sent them two emails and they didn't even reply. I would like to hear their excuse on that one...
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