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Due to Covid-19, we are unable to host any in-person info sessions, events, or workshops for the foreseeable future.

In the meantime, our remote team is working hard to provide quality content online. Please check out this link for any upcoming remote opportunities: https://www.galvanize.com/events

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Have you ever thought about learning to code but weren't sure how to get started? Let's meet and explore the fundamentals of programming, including how to write code as well as how to develop an attitude that will enable us to quickly learn new technologies.

Each meetup will be led by an expert who will guide us in a new skill or concept, and help us get started with programming, whether as a career or as a hobby.

Here are some example workshops:

• JavaScript 101

• JavaScript: Functions & Scopes

• JavaScript Fundamentals: Mini bootcamp 1 & 2

We will also host some intermediate to advanced workshops. All levels are welcome to attend :)

Upcoming events (5)

Graph Database & Modeling for Kaggle COVID-19 Dataset [LIVE ONLINE]

RSVP THROUGH THIS EVENTBRITE FOR THE ZOOM LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/graph-database-modeling-for-kaggle-covid-19-dataset-live-online-tickets-106777612714 How You Can Help With COVID-19 Research Thanks to the request made by The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, we now have free access to the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset, the most extensive machine-readable Coronavirus literature collection available for data and text mining to date. The institutions that brought this comprehensive dataset together have chosen Kaggle to be the platform for the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset Challenge. Due to the rapid increase in coronavirus literature, folks from the medical community are having difficulty identifying which articles or papers would be the most useful for their research. You can help by connecting insights across the body of literature and find a solution for the research community. The Kaggle submission deadline is June 16, 2020, at 11:59 pm UTC. To read more about the rules and eligibility requirements, visit here: https://www.kaggle.com/cord-19-rules-accept-form Workshop Description This workshop is focused on learning how to process text and make your text-based data actionable. Think Google search on top of your text documents. We will be conducting natural language processing (NLP) on biomedical literature abstracts, more specifically papers published around COVID-19. The NLP will extract entities (words and phrases) from the abstracts and also provide a class they link to. Once we have the entities extracted, we will then semantically link the text in a graph database allowing us to run analytical insights on that data. Target Audience Beginners are welcome! We Will Cover: SciSpacy a Natural Language Processing (NLP) tool Google Colab (a python environment) Intro to TigerGraph (a graph database) Graph data modeling Graph algorithms Tech requirements: This session is held online through Zoom video conference. Attendees will need to have their own laptops. Windows, Mac or Linux will do it! Have the Zoom Client for Video Meetings installed well before the webinar begins Held live online: 2 Hours – 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Pacific Time / 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Central Time A link to join the virtual classroom will be provided to you via email once you RSVP on Eventbrite. We look forward to meeting you virtually! To learn more about Galvanize, visit https://www.galvanize.com/ Data Science Bootcamp: https://www.galvanize.com/data-science-bootcamp To learn more about TigerGraph, visit: https://www.tigergraph.com/ About Galvanize Galvanize is the premiere dynamic learning community for technology. With campuses located in booming technology sectors throughout the country, Galvanize provides a community for each the following: Education - part-time and full-time training in web development, data science, and data engineering Workspace - whether you’re a freelancer, startup, or established business, we provide beautiful spaces with a community dedicated to supporting your company’s growth Networking - events in the tech industry happen constantly in our campuses, ranging from popular Meetups to multi-day international conferences

Hack Reactor Student Capstone Showcase: Discover What You Can Build

RSVP THROUGH THIS EVENTBRITE LINK FOR THE ZOOM LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hack-reactor-student-capstone-showcase-discover-what-you-can-build-tickets-106949314278 Join us to discover real and impressive working apps Hack Reactor students have created after a couple of months! What will you build? Meet our newest Software Engineers! Discover how Hack Reactor students learn and apply software engineering skills and new technologies. Hack Reactor students have spent the last 12 weeks in an immersive hands-on, project-based software engineering training course focused on full-stack modern technologies: - HTML - CSS - JavaScript - Node.js / Express - React - Databases (MongoDB, PostgreSQL, MySQL) - Service Oriented Architecture - AWS Deployment - Agile Software development During their second half in the program, the students have been working to build applications from the ground-up using a proxy server and a database. The entire cohort of students have worked together to build out a fully deployed app. We'll kick off the event with a demo of the app and a short presentation from the students, and lessons learned from the experience. This Capstone Presentation Showcase will be driven by the quality of our student projects, and whether this is the first or the next time you are joining us, you will leave impressed and inspired! Our students do incredible work, and we're excited to show it off! Following the presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to ask current students questions about their learning experience throughout the program and the projects they have built. Learn more about Hack Reactor here: https://www.hackreactor.com/prep-programs/?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=hack%20reactor%20prep&utm_campaign=HR_BrandPrep_AUS&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIjZTXxMeh5QIVV9yGCh09YQa5EAAYASAAEgJVuvD_BwE

JavaScript 101

Galvanize - Denver (Platte)

Register through Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/js101Den Whether you’re brand new to coding or are preparing for admission into a software engineering immersive, our Learn to Code series is designed for you to learn the basics of HTML, CSS, Computer Science, and JavaScript as well as dive into more advanced topics like Functional Programming and Recursion. Our instructors are carefully selected to give you the best experience possible in a fun, hands-on learning environment. Instructors provide a thoughtful blend of lectures, code-alongs, and study hall sessions. In addition, be sure to explore our online prep options! We recommend Premium Prep - check it out: http://bit.ly/premiumPrep Goal: Write JavaScript code while learning key JavaScript concepts in an interactive and friendly learning environment. Beginners are encouraged and welcomed! This class will kick you off on your journey of learning JavaScript and enable you to join a class of like-minded individuals. Topics covered: -What JavaScript is used for and how it plays an important role in today's ever-evolving technology ecosystem -How JavaScript works with web browsers to create interactivity on your favorite websites -Fundamental JavaScript concepts like syntax, variables, types, statements, expressions and functions Who this workshop is for: This workshop is for learners with little to no JavaScript experience (complete beginners). Prerequisites: Desire to learn What to bring: Students will need to bring their own laptops and chargers. Windows, Mac or Linux will do it! About Hack Reactor The Hack Reactor immersive program is an advanced coding bootcamp focused on building autonomous software engineers ready for any job in the tech industry. In 2018, Galvanize acquired Hack Reactor to combine forces with another top coding bootcamp. Hack Reactor bootcamps are now offered both online and at Galvanize's eight campuses across the country, which bring together coding bootcamps, coworking space, and a unique learning community that includes aspiring data scientists and software engineers. To learn more about Hack Reactor's Software Engineering bootcamp, visit https://www.hackreactor.com/onsite-immersive If you have specific questions regarding our Software Engineering Immersive, or want to speak with our Enrollment Officer, please reach out to [masked] or book an appointment at https://travisgalvanize.youcanbook.me/

JavaScript 201 - Functions & Scope

Galvanize - Denver (Platte)

Register through Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/js201Den Whether you’re brand new to coding or are preparing for admission into a software engineering immersive, our Learn to Code series is designed for you to learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as well as dive into more advanced topics, like Functional Programming. Our instructors are carefully selected to give you the best experience possible in a fun, hands-on learning environment. Instructors provide a thoughtful blend of lectures, code-alongs, and study hall sessions. In addition, be sure to explore our online prep options! We recommend Premium Prep - check it out: http://bit.ly/premiumPrep Goal: At this workshop you will solidify your understanding of Functions and Scope in JavaScript, furthering your knowledge of fundamental JavaScript. You'll learn how to tackle some of the biggest challenges faced by those learning JavaScript. This is a highly interactive course that uses exercises and projects to drive home these JavaScript Fundamentals. You will finish this workshop with in-depth knowledge of one of the most important aspects of the language. Topics covered: -How to compose and use functions in JavaScript -The mechanics of functions in JavaScript -How local and global scoping works -How the scope chain affects how you build JavaScript programs Who this workshop is for: This workshop is for beginners with approximately 2+ weeks of JavaScript experience. Prerequisites: It is strongly recommended for students to have an understanding of HTML and fundamental JavaScript concepts, such as syntax, variables, types, statements, expressions and functions. To learn this, you can check out our HTML & CSS 101 workshop (learn more and RSVP here: http://bit.ly/htmlCSS101) and our JavaScript 101 workshop (learn more and RSVP here: http://bit.ly/js101Den) Hard Requirement: You will be expected to understand the basics of the Document Object Model (DOM) as applied to HTML. You can start here: http://bit.ly/DOM-mdn-docs What to bring: Students will need to bring their own laptops and chargers. Windows, Mac or Linux will do it! About Hack Reactor The Hack Reactor immersive program is an advanced coding bootcamp focused on building autonomous software engineers ready for any job in the tech industry. In 2018, Galvanize acquired Hack Reactor to combine forces with another top coding bootcamp. Hack Reactor bootcamps are now offered both online and at Galvanize's eight campuses across the country, which bring together coding bootcamps, coworking space, and a unique learning community that includes aspiring data scientists and software engineers. To learn more about Hack Reactor's Software Engineering bootcamp, visit https://www.hackreactor.com/onsite-immersive If you have specific questions regarding our Software Engineering Immersive, or want to speak with our Enrollment Officer, please reach out to [masked] or book an appointment at https://travisgalvanize.youcanbook.me/

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