Why should children and adults learn coding? Is it a fad? No! It is the future and will account for many jobs. Discover more about coding. Many programs are available to get started. Parents do not need to know how to code as these programs are self-guided. So learn a new language! Learn to code for yourself for fun or business or do it with your children for a family activity. You do not need a computer for this workshop, but are welcome to bring one.
In this class, we will build several web pages from the ground up, using the basic building blocks of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). We will learn to connect our web pages together to make a web site, and then create a cohesive design by applying Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). You will leave this class with your first website! For this introductory-level class, you'll need: a laptop with a web browser (Chrome preferred) and a text editor (Sublime or Notepad++ if you want to be fancy).
Improve your programming productivity and workflow by taking advantage of some tools and best practices. Topics will include: version control with git/github, code editors, pre-processors and build tools.
In this class, we will learn about variables and arrays, functions and events, as well as looping and conditional statements. We will build upon your foundational knowledge of HTML and CSS by validating forms, manipulating styles and data, creating an infamous ‘Hello World’application, as well as introducing the concept of debugging and security concerns. For this introductory-level class, you'll need: a laptop with a web browser (Chrome preferred) and a text editor (Sublime or Notepad++ if you want to be fancy).
Wanna use SASS (Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets) but don't know where to start? Your PHP script isn't working, but isn't displaying an error? What is this GIT thing everyone keeps telling me to use? Find the answer to those and any other web development questions in this AMA (Ask Me Anything) style session.