We ran two sessions of Cyber Wizard in 2014 and 2015. One session was a month long, on weekdays, from 12PM-6PM. The second session was two weeks long, at night on weekdays and during the day on weekends (because it was only two weeks, we met every day).
We have provided all of our materials for anyone who would like to learn and for anyone who is interested in running their own Cyber Wizard sessions.
|intro to unix & command line||notes||video|
|html and css||notes||video|
|text editors: vim||notes||video|
|text editors: emacs||no notes available||video|
|intro to networking||notes||video|
|intro to python||notes||video|
|intro to node.js||notes||video|
|git and github||notes||video|
|intro to SQL||no notes available||video|
|streams in node.js||notes||video|
|npm and using npm modules||notes||video|
|turing machines||no notes available||video|
|user experience (UX)||notes||video|
|user interface (UI)||notes||video|
|mobile app development and cordova||notes||video|
|using software to make physical things happen||no notes available||video|
|security and penetration testing||notes||no video available|
|building a web app||notes||
|browserify||no notes available||video|
|fuzzy logic and operator overloading||notes||video|
|intro to markdown||notes||no video available|
|writing modules with regular expressions||no notes available||video|
|algorithmic complexity||notes||no video available|
|map reduce||notes||no video available|
|intro to data analysis||notes|
|data and data types in js||notes||no video available|
|screen||notes||no video available|
|fun with synths||no notes available||video|
See our github organization.
On IRC we are in #cyberwizard on freenode.