Developer Training

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Developer Lunch-and-Learns

Yale ITS believes that learning accessibility and front-end best practices should be an ongoing, permanent process of training and skills development. To support developers’ continuing education, the Digital Accessibility Team is hosting monthly brown-bags where developers can bring their lunches and learn something about accessibility that they can begin implementing right away.

In general, trainings will occur at 25 Science Park from 12:00-1:15pm. But, we’ll be happy to look for other locations around campus. 

Trainings from 2020 include:

Upcoming:

  • April 7: Color and Web Development. Via Zoom: https://yale.zoom.us/my/sarah.lynch
  • May 5: TBD. Room 663 at 25 Science Park from 12:00-1:15pm.
  • June 2: TBD. Room 663 at 25 Science Park from 12:00-1:15pm.

Sign up for the developers Lunch-and-Learn training on Yale TMS.

Completed:

Trainings from 2019 include:

Trainings from 2018 include:

Demo Files for the brown bags are available on git.yale.edu, requires CAS

Online Training and Resources

We recommend the following training resources for developers:

Free and paid trainings are also available. The following are a sample of reputable online trainings: