This is a four-week series, with classes being held on Mondays June 9, 16, 23, and 30 from 6-8:30PM. Makeup sessions are not offered.
This workshop is targeted at beginners to programming. If you already know another language, you're welcome to come, you'll probably find that you work at a faster pace.
Dates: Mondays, June 9, 16, 23, and 30 from 6-8:30 PM each session
Location: Dev Bootcamp, 351 W Hubbard, Floor 7
A limited number of scholarships are available for those with a financial hardship. To apply, click here. Do not RSVP for the event. The deadline to apply for a scholarship is May 25. Scholarship applicants will be notified shortly after the deadline. Class capacity does not impact scholarship students.
Attendees should be comfortable with HTML5 and CSS3: specifically, you should understand the box model, floats, CSS resets, and HTML5 standards and tags.
If you have either:
(a) attended our Intro HTML/CSS workshop and spent time practicing your code, or
(b) attended our Intermediate HTML/CSS workshop, or
(c) built and maintained websites,
then you will be well-prepared for this class!
If you need to brush up on your HTML and CSS, you can review The Beginner's Guide to HTML and CSS and The Advanced Guide to HTML and CSS (lessons 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, and 8).
• Your laptop (Mac, PC, or Linux are all okay).
• A modern web browser - either Chrome or Firefox with Firebug installed.
• A text editor. We recommend Sublime Text 2 (free; available for both Mac and PC).
• What actually is programming? A gentle introduction to programming.
• Variables, functions, and data types.
• Conditionals, control flow, loops, and working with arrays.
• What is the DOM?
• Accessing and modifying the DOM.
• What is an object?
• Handling events and creating animations.
Instructor: Maria Tzeka
Maria Tzeka is a part of the Engineering team at MarkITx working on the front-end and using frameworks such as Backbone. She is an alumni of the Interactive Arts and Media BFA program at Columbia College Chicago and has been previously worked for The Field Museum and Mediafly, Inc. Having volunteered for the Adler Planetarium's Girls Do Hack event last year, Maria has developed a strong interest in continuing to help out in the community.
Hosted by: Dev Bootcamp
If you are interested in being a teaching assistant for this workshop, please contact Liz through Meetup or via email. TAing is a great way to practice what you know and to get to know members of our community.