iCrowdNewswire - Aug 3, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Successful online educators from Cambridge with a proven track record
and over 40,000 students have launched another Kickstarter
to teach people how to develop software for the Cloud. They are looking for backers to reach their stretch goals.
Teaching state of the art techniques while remaining approachable for beginners, the course is completely project based and will be relevant to today’s industry needs. The Kickstarter has already been endorsed by top experts in the field, such as Tomas Petricek
, Phil Trelford
, Evelina Gabasova
We think that your audience will find the project valuable and interesting. Please share this project with them now and encourage them to back!
Notes to Editor
Project by: Mark Gray and Brice Fernandes
Mark Gray Bio:
Mark has been a passionate software engineer since 2002 and has worked
for companies such as The AA, Volkswagen Financial Services and Compare
the Market, to name but a few.
Mark discovered programming when he was 18 and taught himself web
development and Java and then moved into the .NET world in 2003. He now
runs the Cambridge F# User Group and co-organises the Cambridge DDD Nights
User Group both meet on a monthly basis.
His love of programming has given him the opportunity to experience various
programming languages but he has happily settled on F# and is now a proud
sustaining member of the F# Software Foundation.
Brice Fernandes Bio:
Brice is an experienced on-line teacher and tutor who co-created the epic Complete Unity Developer course, which quickly became Udemy’s most
successful game development course.
Brice fell in love with programming while studying another subject at university
and never really looked back. He now organises the Cambridge Programmer’s
Study Group meeting other developers twice a week to study computer science.
When he’s not programming, you can also find Brice helping start-up teams go
further and faster at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School’s own
start-up accelerator Accelerate Cambridge, where he is a coach and mentor.