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Code Fellows offers full-time and part-time programs to train software developers at every experience level. We strongly believe in the power of community and want to contribute in any way we can. Whether you're just starting out or have been a coding for years, come join us!

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Remote Code 101: Explore Software Development

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**If you're interested in signing up for this course, please register on our EventBrite site: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seattle-code-101-explore-software-development-tickets-86162304773?aff=meetup Thinking about a new career in software development? Start here! In this one-day workshop, you'll get a taste of a day in the life of a software developer. Code 101 helps you learn what it’s like to be a software developer through a day-long immersive course for beginners that focuses on front-end web development technologies. Get a taste of the Code Fellows learning experience, find out how websites are built, and code a webpage yourself using professional coding practices. Outcomes: At the end of this workshop, you will: Understand the basics of what it means to be a professional software developer. Understand how HTML and CSS work together to create the modern web. Create a complete website. Know how to deploy your website and be able to share your accomplishments with friends and family. Be able to identify whether a career in coding and the Code Fellows program is right for you. Topics: The Modern Web How the pieces work together HTML Structuring your information Connecting web pages Sharing your web site CSS Integrating style sheets Modifying CSS styles The Tech Industry A typical day for a software developer Common job titles The path to becoming a web or mobile developer What our Students Say: “This is a very interesting and fun course to get into I would definitely recommend others to come check it out.” “I really enjoyed how helpful the instructor and teaching assistants are. There is plenty of structured time for questions, the pace is fast without being overwhelming, and the lectures were entertaining and educational.” Material Requirements: You are required to supply your own laptop, Chromebook, or iPad with a keyboard. Professionalism: Punctuality, participation in discussions, completion of assignments, and demonstration of professional courtesy to others are required, in accordance with our Code of Conduct. Attendance will be taken at the beginning of the workshop. Passing requires attendance to the full workshop. Lunch will be provided, including vegetarian options. We are unable to accommodate other dietary restrictions. If you have any questions, contact [masked]. Refund Policy: This course is fully refundable up to 24 hours before the start of the event. Cancellations within 24 hours of the start of the event are non-refundable and non-transferable. To request a refund, please click "Request Refund" on your ticket in Eventbrite or email us at [masked]. Code of Conduct: By signing up for this course, you agree to Code Fellows' Code of Conduct.

Python Final Presentations - Open to the public!

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Join our community in celebrating the accomplishments of our 401 graduates while also getting an exclusive look at the projects that are created during a week-long development sprint. The group presentations will give you a great sense of the stories and backgrounds of the graduates coming out of Code Fellows, while also providing insights into the skill sets gained over the past 10 weeks. In just 5 days, these students plan, build, and launch an MVP to demonstrate their development capabilities. There is no better way to be part of our community while also gaining early access to the talent from our program than joining for this event! Get more info and reserve a spot now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/python-virtual-final-presentations-tickets-105907995666?aff=meetup

Partner Power Hour: Career Paths in Video Games and Startups

Join us, from the comfort of your home, on Zoom. Should you join a tiny startup, should you follow your passion and try to create a great indie game, or take a steady job and write business logic? These are the questions that every developer struggles to answer. This Power Hour includes tales from the trenches of every kind of company: big firms with lots of politics, video game firms with unrealistic deadlines, and dotcom startups both successful and doomed. There's no right answer, so please join us and enter into the discussion about what is it that makes a satisfying career. About the presenter: Over a thirty-year career, Ted Spence has led development teams across a wide variety of startups, established businesses, and video game companies. During the freewheeling days of Web 1.0, he built renowned websites for world-famous companies, most of which are long forgotten; but during the recent dotcom renaissance, he's led engineering for EEDAR (acquired by NPD) and built Avalara's world-leading automated returns filing software. He lives in West Seattle with his wife and daughter, and you can see him biking to Alki beach whenever the clouds break. Ted has a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy from CSU Fullerton and has actually read Hegel, to his great dismay.

301 Virtual Demo Day Presentations

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Join our community in celebrating the accomplishments of our 301 students while also getting an exclusive look at the projects that are created during a week-long development sprint. The group presentations will give you a great sense of the stories and backgrounds of the students coming out of Code Fellows, while also providing insights into the skill sets gained over the past weeks. In just 5 days, these students plan, build, and launch an MVP to demonstrate their development capabilities. There is no better way to be part of our community while also gaining early access to the talent from our program than joining for this event! Join us, virtually, from the comfort of your home!

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JavaScript Virtual Midterm Presentations

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