Nick Bartzokas writes code that powers exhibits at the American Museum of Natural History. He began his career in server-side web development over a decade ago writing web apps for Palm Pilots. Since then he’s worked on embedded software at Hess, online store and business applications at Wizard Magazine, and IT systems software at Shop Architects. He recently released AMNH's first iPad game, one of Apple’s Best New Apps in Education. Nick is passionate about learning, whether training employees in new industry technologies or teaching kids about 3D printing at Maker Faire. He’s excited to bring his unique experience to the team at General Assembly.
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.