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• Knowledge of HTML/CSS
• Text Editor (Sublime Text Download (http://www.sublimetext.com/2))
• Laptop Computer
Tuesday 9/17 - Node JS development on the server 7-9pm
Tuesday 9/24 - Panel session 7-9pm
We're all Swabbies, we're all learners on a journey! Join the NodeLingo team and fellow Code Crew members for a panel discussion on all things web development. Come with questions on learning web development, web/mobile trends & best practices, code organization/architecture, or questions on how to approach any projects you might have brewing. We'll also try and demo some of our personal projects and talk about how to continue your learning. Relaxed Q&A atmosphere, no formal curriculum today!
Instructors: Node Lingo
Andy Tzou focuses on HTML5 at Google, helping to usher in a mobile-first world. On the Rich Media Innovation team he works with advertisers in New York City to build and experiment with engaging new ad formats. Andy earned his Masters in Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon and has taught undergraduate computer science for one decade, focusing on attracting talent to the field.
Brian Falk studied Physics at the University of Pennsylvania. During this time he developed a passion for UNIX, which led him to pick up languages such as C and Perl. After graduating, he moved to NYC and received his Masters Degree in Computer Science from Columbia University. Since then he has built applications for people in Academia and Finance, focusing on web applications built with Java and Ruby. In 2012, he left his job in finance to join the vibrant startup community in New York and in the process added Node.js to his toolkit.
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