Graduate of Bloc’s Full Stack Web Developer online program, Harry Levine, shares insight about his transition from being an adult educator to becoming a web programmer. During his bootcamp experience, he managed to create a useful note taking tool called “Mind on Rails.” It’s a great resource for students learning Ruby on Rails. Harry has also written a great blog piece with his Ruby on Rails learning takeaways. Here's a short excerpt:
"We tend to see things through the lens of our experiences. In my former life I was an educator. I see the world through the eyes of a teacher and learner. Through these optics, I believe that all things Ruby on Rails smartly fit into learning stacks. What is a learning stack?"
Watch our interview below:
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