Greg brings over 10 years of software engineering experience to General Assembly, and co-instructed GA's first-ever Web Development Immersive (WDI) course offered in Washington D.C. He specializes in back-end service architecture and integration with single-page applications. He currently works for Vox Media on their product team, building out major websites including The Verge and Vox.com.
Before Vox, he was the lead front-end engineer at Cobrain, a Maryland-based fashion startup; and prior to that, he spent six years as a software engineer with Threespot, a digital agency in Washington, D.C.
Back-End Web Development
In this course students turn ideas into working applications by learning the fundamentals of programming with Ruby and Ruby on Rails.
Programming for Non-Programmers Bootcamp
Learn the fundamentals of front-end and back-end programming, plus try your hand at writing some code of your own.
Front-End Software Design
This workshop explores design patterns for breaking down an application into discrete components with individual concerns.
Considering a career as a web developer? Curious about what the day to day looks like for programmers? Come to a panel with GA alums and hiring partners to learn more.
The Road to Code
Navigate today’s coding landscape with help from local programming pros.
Web Development Immersive
12-weeks. All day, every day. Learn the skills to become an entry-level web developer and the resources to get a job in this intensive program.