An extension of the courses listed on the Hitchhiker's Guide to Boston Tech - Workshops & Courses for Entrepreneurs section. Visit BostonTechGuide.com for more.
Join LunaMetrics in Boston, MA for our acclaimed, in-depth, day-long Google Tag Manager, Google AdWords, and Google Analytics training seminars. Brush up on your analytics knowledge and learn a few new tricks. We take a lot of coffee breaks, but we'll call them tea parties while we're in town.
Metis teaches 12-week intensive, in-person bootcamps in Boston and New York City. Boston provides classes in Ruby on Rails and New York City provides classes in Ruby on Rails, UX & Front-End Development and Data Science.
Join us on June 9 for a discussion on "Scaling Atlassian."
Stay for free food, drinks and networking.
Innovation. Efficiency. Agility. These aren't just for startups any more. The cutting edge Atlassian tools scale to the Enterprise. 85 of the Fortune 100 use the Atlassian tools. Enterprises do not have to be leashed to dinosaurs for agile, reliable, scalable solutions. Big companies are cool again! Join us and learn how JIRA, Confluence and Stash can satisfy your enterprise-level needs. Click here for more info. But register today because space is limited.
For Product Management and Product Marketing professionals, The Craftsman PM is a 2-day hands-on workshop that provides a holistic systems thinking approach to building and marketing The Whole Product, bringing nearly 20 years of real-world practitioner work with an emphasis on cutting edge learning resources to help you implement growth strategies the day after class. Visit craftsmanpm.com to learn how you can benefit and why entrepreneurial minded product professionals are pursuing excellence in product management to become a Craftsman PM.
Special: Use code BOSTONTECH by July 11 to get $250 OFF registration.
This eight session class is designed for science and technology #entrepreneurs and divess into each phase of getting a new venture going. The class features local entrepreneurs and others guest speakers each week -- great resources because they've been through it all before.
Originally inspired by Guy Kawasaki's popular book, "The Art of the Start,” the curriculum was developed by the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge's CEO Services Committee. The curriculum has evolved over the 8 years to incorporate important new concepts and also feature Bill Aulet’s new book “Disciplined Entrepreneurship”.
The program’s sessions are focused on the major steps required to prepare a solid understanding of your target market and launch a successful startup venture.
Why Take This Class?