Free Crash Course - Thinking in JavaScript


We all use our computers for various things, like Word for writing papers and our browser for using Facebook. Though these programs are great, programming languages are actually our most powerful tool for solving problems with computers. In this crash course we'll use JavaScript as our language and try to think in JavaScript to solve problems.

Who is this for? Aspiring developers. Want a full-time career in coding?...this crash course is a good start.

What You'll Learn
This is an introduction to thinking with code and is meant for beginning programmers. If you don't know any JavaScript, that's okay. You'll learn some of the basics as we go.

What Do I Need To Bring? Mac or Window laptop is recommended.

What do I need to know? Nothing!

Note: this Crash Course is taking place at Audelia Road Branch Library. Please see provided address. See you there!

The Crash Course will be taught by The Iron Yard ('s Front-End Engineering instructor, Eric Sowell. Eric has been in software development for thirteen years and is active in the Dallas technical community. He is the author of Mobile ASP.NET MVC 5 (Apress, Nov 2013), and writes on his blog at, and tweets under the name @mallioch.


Ready to start a career in coding and apply into our full-immersive Front End Engineering course, beginning March 13, 2017? Apply here! (