What we're about

This group is for those who want to learn web development, but either can't afford nor take time off from work to attend expensive coding boot camps in person or online.

We have all levels of web developers in our group, from people who are just beginning to seasoned devs. This group allows for lots of mentorship opportunities, cohorts to work on a team, and of course networking through meet ups.

Come join us to learn web dev or sharpen your skills as a web developer. There are always new things to learn!

Come join our discord server, we'd love to have you!
https://discord.gg/jXbRbYkzn5

Upcoming events (3)

Email Design & Development w/ Melissa Guerrero - fCC Dallas Meet-up

When: May 26th at 7:00 PM.

Where: Your computer!

What: Curious about another way to use HTML, CSS and JavaScript? Find out how email developers work differently than web developers. If you have a marketing background and coding skills you'll love this!

Agenda:
7:00-7:15 - Social, open job mic, networking.

7:15-8:00 - Email Design & Development w/ 3D-printing extraordinaire and developer at Amadeus, Melissa Guerrero.

8:00-8:15ish - More social and informal time where you can speak to each other.

Come hang out and find out if web dev is the field for you!

Cohorts #4 Presentations - an fCC Meet up

Online event

When: June 9th at 7:00 PM.

Where: Your computer!

What: Cohorts #4 Presentations

Agenda:
6:45-7:00 - Social, open job mic, networking.

7:00-7:50 - Each cohort team will present their final product from the Fourth Round of recent Cohorts!

7:50-8:10ish -Cohort feedback, more socializing.

TDD (Test-driven development) with Adrianne Mallett - fCC Dallas Meet-up

When: June 30th at 7:00 PM.

Where: Your computer!

What: An fCC Dallas Meet up.

Agenda:
7:00-7:15 - Social, open job mic, networking.

7:15-8:00 - Test-driven development (TDD) is an iterative approach to software development where you think through your requirements before writing your code. What are TDD’s benefits and challenges? What is the TDD methodology? When should I refactor? Will it add a lot of time? Get answers to these questions and more!

Adrianne Mallett is a front-end software engineer at USAA. She is extremely passionate about creating beautiful, accessible experiences for users. She loves improving processes, high code quality, automated software testing and exchanging best practices with peer developers at her company and in the industry. Adrianne lives in San Antonio with her husband and two Devon Rex cats. Her hobbies include teaching her cats tricks, practicing ukulele, assembling epic charcuterie boards and trying new types of cheese.

Connect with Adrianne on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mennairda

8:00-8:15ish - More social and informal time where you can speak to each other.

Come hang out and find out if web dev is the field for you!

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