Your front-end developers don't know Python and Django and it's costing your team precious time. Schedule hands-on Django training to promote time-saving best practices and motivate your employees.Contact Trey
Through Django team training, your developers will stay ahead of the curve and learn time saving best practices that shorten the lag time between web app updates.
Boredom, stress and burnout are all too common for programmers. Team training is a win-win for your business and will result in a renewed excitement towards your projects.
Staying current with modern techonology is a primary concern among engineers. Feed their appetite to learn by investing in your employee’s and company’s future.
Hi, I’m Trey Hunner and I have been a developer for over a decade.
While I love writing code, I love teaching Python and Django even more. I can help your developers effectively level-up their programming skills through on-site or remote trainings.
Your front-end developers want to contribute to your Django back-end, but your back-end developers are nervous they might mess things up. In this 5-day remote training, your front-end devs will learn by walking through dozens of exercises, making a Django website, and practicing test-driven dev along the way.
During one-day workshops we'll help your team pick up a specific skill by spending 4 to 6 hours writing code together to accomplish a discrete task. For example we might spend the day getting hands-on experience parsing log files, employing automated testing, or migrating from Python 2 to Python 3.
Turn your front-end developers into functional full-stack Django developers to decrease their dependence on the back-end team and shorten the lag time between releases of your web app. In this introduction to Django, we'll cover URLs and Views, Templates, Models, Forms, Testing, & Third-Party Apps.
In my classes, we learn with our hands on the keyboard. I live-code on the projector with the guidance of your team and we’ll take multiple short exercise breaks each hour.
At the end of my training, I leave students with a detailed guide of everything we learned together in class as well as a wealth of bonus material for continued learning.
My Python and Django team training easily pays for itself through increased developer productivity, renewed employee motivation and less developer turnover.
Co-Founder & CTO at Soylent
There weren't really any obstacles that would have prevented me from buying Trey's training. I think my team liked getting to spend a few days in San Diego and the price of the training was reasonable. I was a little bit worried about the relevance, but that's always the case for new training programs. It was absolutely worth doing. Both devs immediately started working much more directly with our full stack and are both now thought of as full-stack engineers in every way.
I really enjoyed building the curriculum with Trey. He never shied away from a broad or open-ended curriculum that would cover a lot of topics.
Director at The League of Amazing Programmers
I'm a huge fan of Trey's. We co-teach a class of 10 under-served youth together every week and I absolutely love working with him.
Having a group of 10 doing individual hands-on work can be challenging. The students tend to get out of synch with each other because they learn at different rates. Trey takes great care with the slower students. He is calm and patient and never gets frustrated. Almost every week, he stays behind to help the slower students finish all their exercises.
If I was learning programming again, I would definitely seek mentorship from Trey. He has infinite patience, and an amazing ability to see inside the student's brain to understand where they're at.