Learn to Code this Summer!
Everyone in the class is familiar with HTML, CSS, Bootstrap and WordPress from the intro Web Design course. About half the class has some programming experience. You will work in pairs, with teams of two consisting of one experienced and one less experienced programmer. But projects will be individual. Experienced students will be expected to implement advanced features in all their projects.
This course is designed to incorporate learning and practice time in four hour sessions each day. We hope the extra time will result in better projects and more advanced application of skill.
When: Summer II, July 10-Aug. 10
Meeting Times: MTWTh2-6pm; (see schedule for other details)
Where: Old Main 106-B
See Catsweb for undergraduate and graduate sections.
Take a look at what you can create with interactive coding techniques:
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- HTML/CSS/Responsive Design
- Creating Web Forms
- JQuery Library
- Overview of scraping
Over three weeks, you will gain coding skills and start developing a Web portfolio. You’ll be introduced to new career paths that could include:
- Web Developer/Designer
- News Application Developer
- Mobile Developer
- Web Producer
- Digital Product Manager
- Any position that requires knowledge of advanced coding techniques
We’ll be covering similar topics to those covered on CodeActually.com.
Questions: Email Dr. Cindy Royal, firstname.lastname@example.org