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TechMBA Web Dev Basics Bootcamp

Sat, May 10 at Columbia Business School

The Web Dev Basics bootcamp is a simple approach to learning web development for business professionals. In one day, you build your own website using PHP, MySQL, HTML, and CSS, figuring out the nuances of debugging on-the-fly. You also have access to TechMBA for 2 months after the workshop, which has recordings of each session so that you can catch-up or get ahead. Learn more.

Eventbrite - Web Dev Basics Bootcamp, May 2014

What is TechMBA?

Step-by-step videos

Tech made simple, with the MBA skillset in mind

Build practical skills

Every month we will release a crazy amount of content that will help you bring real value to a startup or start your own company

We're one of you

And we're always here to provide you more information and and answer your questions

Build the skills you need to start or join a tech company

Detailed video lessons providing practical tech skills for MBAs

Have an idea for a tech company, or want to join an early stage start-up, but aren't sure what you bring to the table?

This program will teach you how to launch a successful tech company without disappearing for months and learning how to code

Sure you've learned strategy, financial modeling, and have digested hundreds of cases, but startups need you to bring value that translates to products, users, and marketing immediately. We will bring you up to speed so that every startup will be begging for you. We will build on the skills you already have and transform you into a tech machine.

Sign up for our course and learn:

  • Overview of tech world and coding knowledge
  • Wireframing and product concepts
  • Tools for building an MVP and landing pages
  • The latest in digital marketing
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Much more!

We launch a massive knowledge program every month covering a new area to allow you to provide real value to tech start-ups or start your own thing.

We would love to hear from you about follow-up questions to lessons or requests for more content, so let us know!

Best,
Elliot