Jeff Dickey, a full stack web developer with extensive startup experience in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Jeff has started projects, maintained large enterprise systems and lead development teams. He brings a developer's perspective and enjoys pragmatism and action while avoiding red tape.
Education is the most important quality in Jeff's life, both and a teacher and a student. He surrounds himself with those smarter than myself to learn as much as possible. His experience teaching has greatly helped his communication skills with less technical people and is incredibly rewarding as well.
Outside of work, Jeff is the teacher for the Back-End Web Development course at General Assembly Los Angeles and Lead Organizer for the LA Code for America brigade. Through teaching and civic hacking, he hopes to help others solve problems both in business and civic hacking.
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.
Intro to Back-End Web Development
This free class will introduce you to the world of back-end web development and help you start turning your ideas into working applications with Ruby on Rails.
Free Intro to Ruby on Rails
This class will provide an introduction to becoming a Ruby on Rails developer.
Back-End Web Development Info Session
Are you curious about General Assembly’s upcoming Back-End Web Development Course? Come hear from the instructor and GA alumni and figure out if this course is a fit for you.
Introduction to the Ruby on Rails Community
This free event is an orientation to help developers and anyone interested in learning Ruby on Rails acquainted with the Ruby on Rails community in Los Angeles.
The Future of Making Web Apps: The Thick Front-End
Web applications are not what they used to be. This explains a new way to write web applications by treating the front-end as if it were a third-party (such as a mobile client).