What we're about

Welcome

Our vision is to make technology accessible for all and empower people to build great technology services and solutions from scratch.

We are a team with big dreams and a passion for coding, mentorship, and education. Our mission is to set up coding programs which allow anyone to come to learn new coding skills.

Coding Skills we teach

• Learn basics of coding – how it works, the benefits of learning it, common coding languages used in the present environment.

• Fundamentals of internet programming - HTML 5, CSS 3 and JavaScript (ES6)

• Learn the core of coding with the latest technology (JavaScript and React).

• Become an expert at creating tech prototype back-end and front-end.

• Learn to code website like Airbnb, Twitter.

We are accelerated by grit and undaunted by challenges. We believe accomplishing big things requires a willingness to roll up sleeves and get things done!

We are using this learning platform http://www.schoolea.com to give a lot of coding content for free.

Upcoming events (5)

Coding Evening - Let's learn together

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In our biweekly Coding Evening we provide a safe space to improve your programming skills! Don't forget your computer! It is not programming language or technology specific - if you are eager to spend time improving your coding skills, working on a side project or you have fun mentoring others, you are welcome to join! When you get stuck with something - more experienced members can jump in and help. The agenda for the evening: 6:30pm - Short introduction round so everybody can know your name, what you do and what will be your focus during the event. 6:45pm - Coding time: individually or in groups, members are working on projects / courses / coding exercises 9.30 - End Not sure what to focus on for the evening? A list of learning resources for different programming languages and ideas for small projects can be found here: https://github.com/christophelh/South-London-Coding/tree/master/hack-evenings

⚛️  Introduction to React API - Beginners ⚛️ 

Included Topics ---------------------- - We will cover how to use APIs with your react project. - What is React made up of (Props & State) - Classes Vs. Functions - Styling in React In 2013, Facebook released a new JavaScript framework which would soon be adopted by loads of companies to build complex Front-End web applications. React is now mature, a great community quickly formed and produced by-products and extension like Redux or React Native. This workshop aims at showcasing the basics of React and discuss when choosing it is the most relevant. Do I need a laptop? -------------------------- Yes. If I want a local setup, which tools should I install? --------------------------------------------------------------------- Node >= 6. create-react-app. An editor of your choice. VS Code is free and it has everything that you need out of the box. Hint: You can use nvm, nvm-windows, or n to easily switch Node versions on your machine. What are the prerequisites for this workshop? -------------------------------------------------------------- Good knowledge of JavaScript, and most of the new ES6 features Good understanding of React and most of its concepts A beginner's knowledge on vanilla JavaScript & the DOM. This is not a JavaScript 101 for absolute beginners.

⚛️  Introduction to React API - Beginners ⚛️ 

Included Topics ---------------------- - We will cover how to use APIs with your react project. - What is React made up of (Props & State) - Classes Vs. Functions - Styling in React In 2013, Facebook released a new JavaScript framework which would soon be adopted by loads of companies to build complex Front-End web applications. React is now mature, a great community quickly formed and produced by-products and extension like Redux or React Native. This workshop aims at showcasing the basics of React and discuss when choosing it is the most relevant. Do I need a laptop? -------------------------- Yes. If I want a local setup, which tools should I install? --------------------------------------------------------------------- Node >= 6. create-react-app. An editor of your choice. VS Code is free and it has everything that you need out of the box. Hint: You can use nvm, nvm-windows, or n to easily switch Node versions on your machine. What are the prerequisites for this workshop? -------------------------------------------------------------- Good knowledge of JavaScript, and most of the new ES6 features Good understanding of React and most of its concepts A beginner's knowledge on vanilla JavaScript & the DOM. This is not a JavaScript 101 for absolute beginners.

⚛️  Introduction to React API - Beginners ⚛️ 

Included Topics ---------------------- - We will cover how to use APIs with your react project. - What is React made up of (Props & State) - Classes Vs. Functions - Styling in React In 2013, Facebook released a new JavaScript framework which would soon be adopted by loads of companies to build complex Front-End web applications. React is now mature, a great community quickly formed and produced by-products and extension like Redux or React Native. This workshop aims at showcasing the basics of React and discuss when choosing it is the most relevant. Do I need a laptop? -------------------------- Yes. If I want a local setup, which tools should I install? --------------------------------------------------------------------- Node >= 6. create-react-app. An editor of your choice. VS Code is free and it has everything that you need out of the box. Hint: You can use nvm, nvm-windows, or n to easily switch Node versions on your machine. What are the prerequisites for this workshop? -------------------------------------------------------------- Good knowledge of JavaScript, and most of the new ES6 features Good understanding of React and most of its concepts A beginner's knowledge on vanilla JavaScript & the DOM. This is not a JavaScript 101 for absolute beginners.

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Coding Evening -Let's learn coding together

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