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HackCamp VueJS: Build Tesla and HackFlix applications

Jul 29 - 31, 2019 · Sint-Joost-ten-Node, Belgium

What is going on?
Tesla needs your HELP! Some of their competitors have been messing up with their code and the calculations for their cars are not correct. After several attempts to solve this, they are shouting out for help! They are looking for JS developers who want to help them fix their calculator and learn VueJS in the process. Leading this new team you have Victor Bury who knows VueJS in and out and will guide you.

Not convinced yet? Victor is also assembling a team of devs to fix the VueJS application of HackFlix. HackFlix is a video streaming website serving 148 million users, whose evil the evil competitor Hackazon Prime is trying to destroy.

Join Victor for 3 days and solve these challenges by coding and discovering this popular JavaScript framework.

Have a look at how the training looks like here.

For who is this challenge?
Software engineers, developers and designers who want to build robust web progressive applications with VueJS and Redux (Vuex).

What is the required knowledge to join this course?
You need to be comfortable writing JavaScript. You need to know what is the spread/rest operator, how to deal with async programming (typically fetching data from a server using Promises). The concept of this in JavaScript should not scare you. No prior Vue.js experience is required. Git knowledge is not required.

Participants should be comfortable following the training in English.

What do you receive after the training?
Participants will be granted access to all exercises covered during the workshop via Github repositories and will be able to download them for up to 1 month following the workshop.
On top of that, Hackages participants will able to contact their mentor for up to 3 months following the workshop. This assistance includes one hour of discussion per participant on the topics covered in the training.

Participants will receive a personalised certificate issued by Hackages that proves that they have successfully completed the workshop.
Participants become part of a fast-growing community of developers and will be informed of upcoming community events.

Good news! Hackages is now recognized by the KMO Portefeuille of the Flemish Government. This means that Flemish SMEs can recover up to 40% of the training costs. For more information, visit the KMO Portefeuille page or get in touch with us!

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