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Udacity Days

Join us for a 12 week class in Udacity Computer Science 101. We will be watching the (online) videos together and working through the assignments together. Bring your computer so you can work through the problems. No prior experience in programming is necessary. 

Programming is challenging, but with support, you can do it. If you've ever wanted to get started coding but didn't know how to begin, this is a the way to go. A supportive and sympathetic environment, and great technical support, and enrollment is free. 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    got some really cool stuff done

    February 19, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Which course are you doing on Udacity, and how far along are you? I cannot attend this week but would like to try and catch up.

    February 17, 2014

    • Carrie J.

      Thanks for asking! We are doing Computer Science 101,­. We are most of the way through unit 2, and we're planning on doing the unit 2 problem set tomorrow. If you can catch up, that would be super - but even if you can't, come anyway. We always wind up with people working at different rates, and trying to make sure everyone has something to do, even if it's not all the same. Also, if you get stuck on anything while you're trying to catch up, don't be afraid to move past it anyway. Someone with a strong math background would have a different experience, for example, and someone who has seen coding before will too; but the math examples are not necessary to understand the programming. So go for it, and we'll look for you next week!

      February 17, 2014

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