Learn the ABCs of software development from an expert with three decades of experience!
Get the mindset to build something from nothing. See your software take shape.
“A good programming language should,
like oil paint, make it easy to change your mind.”
―Paul Graham 
“Most good programmers do programming not because they expect to get paid or get adulation by the public, but because it is fun.” ―Linus Torvalds

Yall learn some code ;-)
It's PJ Brunet from Texas Coders, a new weekend bootcamp for learning to create software, in Round Rock, Texas. It's for beginners that have no experience, or very little experience, that want to learn to create software from scratch, from the very beginning. If you don't know anything about programming, I can teach you.

I like to tell the story about how I taught my little brother to code when he was 9 y/o. He didn't want to learn at first. I said, "Tom, I can teach you in about an hour." That was convincing enough. I showed him the basics, and on his own, he figured it out. That weekend, he coded a file management system with no help from me or my parents. We were amazed! And now he's a professional software developer. Even though my brother is very smart, I can do this for anyone.

It's important to learn the fundamentals. While other bootcamps get caught up with fads, Texas Coders explains how to create software in any language. Learn the concepts that will give you the confidence to build anything. Get the Texas Coders advantage!

What's the point of Texas Coders?
  • The demand for learning software development remains high.
  • Texas Coders will focus on fundamentals that never change, the key principles, the universal concepts that are the same for all languages.
  • We're starting in Round Rock, which doesn't have as many coding bootcamps as Austin. As traffic gets worse, convenience is more important.
  • Texas Coders aims to use analogies anyone can relate to. We will teach the technical lingo and terminology as well, to establish credibility and to better communicate with other developers.
Where are we meeting?

We're meeting at la Madeleine Country French Café. The room fits 20 people, small enough to be heard without a microphone. Sandwiches and drinks are included in the cost of the bootcamp.

When are we meeting?

Saturday night, 5pm - 9pm.
Three hours of learning, plus three breaks.
$100 per person. Sandwiches and drinks included.

You should bring a laptop with a web browser. And you might want to take notes. If you just want to observe, a laptop is not absolutely necessary.

To get on the waiting list for the next bootcamp date, call or text PJ at 512-981-7177 to reserve your spot.

Or email pj@pjbrunet.com

We look forward to meeting you!
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