• .Net Core Study Group

    Kreuzberg

    CodeSLO is forming a study group for those interested in C#, .Net Core, and related technologies. .Net Core is a cross-platform, open-source implementation of the .Net Framework and demand for developers skilled in .Net development is sky-high in SLO County. Level up your development skillset alongside a group of like-minded enthusiasts and professionals. This group is for junior to mid-level developers looking to increase their knowledge of the .Net stack. If you're brand new and looking to get started in programming, please keep an eye open for our introductory and bootcamp prep courses, which are aimed at those with little to no background in code. There is no cost to join this group but meets will be hands-on, so please remember to bring your laptop!

  • Spring 2019 Prep Course for the Cal Poly Extended Ed. Coding Boot Camp

    San Luis Obispo County Office of Education

    Your career as a professional software developer begins here. Even if you have little or no programming background, this six-week course will teach you the fundamentals of web development and prepare you for the Cal Poly Extended Ed Coding Bootcamp. Upon graduation from the boot camp, you will be ready to apply for a job as a software professional. IMPORTANT: You'll need to register at our Eventbrite page before attending. Space is limited, so do this ASAP. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/six-week-intro-to-coding-workshop-cal-poly-extended-ed-coding-bootcamp-tickets-60137095672 This course will be offered Monday through Thursday evenings, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in SLO beginning on May 6th. The class is taught in-person by a team of professional software engineers and in partnership with Fullstack Academy and Cal Poly Extended Education. A laptop running Windows, MacOS, or Linux is required for this class. For more information, follow the Eventbrite link above.

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  • Free Intro to Code Class

    SoCreate

    Join CodeSLO and learn to code! This free, five-class series will teach you the basics of web development and no programming background whatsoever is required. We'll start at the beginning and show you how to set up a development environment on your laptop, how to write HTML and CSS, and even a bit of JavaScript programming. This class is taught by professional software engineers and sponsored by SoCreate, a local development company creating the next generation of screenwriting software. Everyone has heard that demand for software engineers is sky-high and developers command head-of-household wages, but what is software engineering? How does it work? How does one get started? This class will teach you all that and more. In addition the basics of code, you'll learn about the industry itself right from the mouths of local tech leaders. You'll also hear about opportunities available to SLO County residents who want to pursue software development as a career. This isn't one meet, but a five-class series. You don't need to sign up for each class individually but please attend all sessions or as close as possible. This class is completely free. There is no cost and no catch. No other commitment to any other course is required. A fully-charged laptop is required for this class. Windows, Mac, and Linux devices are all supported. Chromebooks will work if they can install Visual Studio Code. Tablets with keyboards will not work for this course. Special thanks to SoCreate for sponsoring this course. Our free events would not be possible without the support of our local tech community.

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  • .Net Core Study Group

    Kreuzberg

    CodeSLO is forming a study group for those interested in C#, .Net Core, and related technologies. .Net Core is a cross-platform, open-source implementation of the .Net Framework and demand for developers skilled in .Net development is sky-high in SLO County. Level up your development skillset alongside a group of like-minded enthusiasts and professionals. This group is for junior to mid-level developers looking to increase their knowledge of the .Net stack. If you're brand new and looking to get started in programming, please keep an eye open for our introductory and bootcamp prep courses, which are aimed at those with little to no background in code. There is no cost to join this group but meets will be hands-on, so please remember to bring your laptop!

  • Free Intro to Code Class

    SoCreate

    Join CodeSLO and learn to code! This free, five-class series will teach you the basics of web development and no programming background whatsoever is required. We'll start at the beginning and show you how to set up a development environment on your laptop, how to write HTML and CSS, and even a bit of JavaScript programming. This class is taught by professional software engineers and sponsored by SoCreate, a local development company creating the next generation of screenwriting software. Everyone has heard that demand for software engineers is sky-high and developers command head-of-household wages, but what is software engineering? How does it work? How does one get started? This class will teach you all that and more. In addition the basics of code, you'll learn about the industry itself right from the mouths of local tech leaders. You'll also hear about opportunities available to SLO County residents who want to pursue software development as a career. This isn't one meet, but a five-class series. You don't need to sign up for each class individually but please attend all sessions or as close as possible. This class is completely free. There is no cost and no catch. No other commitment to any other course is required. A fully-charged laptop is required for this class. Windows, Mac, and Linux devices are all supported. Chromebooks will work if they can install Visual Studio Code. Tablets with keyboards will not work for this course. Special thanks to SoCreate for sponsoring this course. Our free events would not be possible without the support of our local tech community.

  • Free Intro to Code Class

    SoCreate

    Join CodeSLO and learn to code! This free, five-class series will teach you the basics of web development and no programming background whatsoever is required. We'll start at the beginning and show you how to set up a development environment on your laptop, how to write HTML and CSS, and even a bit of JavaScript programming. This class is taught by professional software engineers and sponsored by SoCreate, a local development company creating the next generation of screenwriting software. Everyone has heard that demand for software engineers is sky-high and developers command head-of-household wages, but what is software engineering? How does it work? How does one get started? This class will teach you all that and more. In addition the basics of code, you'll learn about the industry itself right from the mouths of local tech leaders. You'll also hear about opportunities available to SLO County residents who want to pursue software development as a career. This isn't one meet, but a five-class series. You don't need to sign up for each class individually but please attend all sessions or as close as possible. This class is completely free. There is no cost and no catch. No other commitment to any other course is required. A fully-charged laptop is required for this class. Windows, Mac, and Linux devices are all supported. Chromebooks will work if they can install Visual Studio Code. Tablets with keyboards will not work for this course. Special thanks to SoCreate for sponsoring this course. Our free events would not be possible without the support of our local tech community.

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  • Free Intro to Code Class

    SoCreate

    Join CodeSLO and learn to code! This free, five-class series will teach you the basics of web development and no programming background whatsoever is required. We'll start at the beginning and show you how to set up a development environment on your laptop, how to write HTML and CSS, and even a bit of JavaScript programming. This class is taught by professional software engineers and sponsored by SoCreate, a local development company creating the next generation of screenwriting software. Everyone has heard that demand for software engineers is sky-high and developers command head-of-household wages, but what is software engineering? How does it work? How does one get started? This class will teach you all that and more. In addition the basics of code, you'll learn about the industry itself right from the mouths of local tech leaders. You'll also hear about opportunities available to SLO County residents who want to pursue software development as a career. This isn't one meet, but a five-class series. You don't need to sign up for each class individually but please attend all sessions or as close as possible. This class is completely free. There is no cost and no catch. No other commitment to any other course is required. A fully-charged laptop is required for this class. Windows, Mac, and Linux devices are all supported. Chromebooks will work if they can install Visual Studio Code. Tablets with keyboards will not work for this course. Special thanks to SoCreate for sponsoring this course. Our free events would not be possible without the support of our local tech community.

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  • Free Intro to Code Class

    SoCreate

    Join CodeSLO and learn to code! This free, five-class series will teach you the basics of web development and no programming background whatsoever is required. We'll start at the beginning and show you how to set up a development environment on your laptop, how to write HTML and CSS, and even a bit of JavaScript programming. This class is taught by professional software engineers and sponsored by SoCreate, a local development company creating the next generation of screenwriting software. Everyone has heard that demand for software engineers is sky-high and developers command head-of-household wages, but what is software engineering? How does it work? How does one get started? This class will teach you all that and more. In addition the basics of code, you'll learn about the industry itself right from the mouths of local tech leaders. You'll also hear about opportunities available to SLO County residents who want to pursue software development as a career. This isn't one meet, but a five-class series. You don't need to sign up for each class individually but please attend all sessions or as close as possible. This class is completely free. There is no cost and no catch. No other commitment to any other course is required. A fully-charged laptop is required for this class. Windows, Mac, and Linux devices are all supported. Chromebooks will work if they can install Visual Studio Code. Tablets with keyboards will not work for this course. Special thanks to SoCreate for sponsoring this course. Our free events would not be possible without the support of our local tech community.

  • Free Intro to Code Class

    SoCreate

    Join CodeSLO and learn to code! This free, five-class series will teach you the basics of web development and no programming background whatsoever is required. We'll start at the beginning and show you how to set up a development environment on your laptop, how to write HTML and CSS, and even a bit of JavaScript programming. This class is taught by professional software engineers and sponsored by SoCreate, a local development company creating the next generation of screenwriting software. Everyone has heard that demand for software engineers is sky-high and developers command head-of-household wages, but what is software engineering? How does it work? How does one get started? This class will teach you all that and more. In addition the basics of code, you'll learn about the industry itself right from the mouths of local tech leaders. You'll also hear about opportunities available to SLO County residents who want to pursue software development as a career. This isn't one meet, but a five-class series. You don't need to sign up for each class individually but please attend all sessions or as close as possible. This class is completely free. There is no cost and no catch. No other commitment to any other course is required. A fully-charged laptop is required for this class. Windows, Mac, and Linux devices are all supported. Chromebooks will work if they can install Visual Studio Code. Tablets with keyboards will not work for this course. Special thanks to SoCreate for sponsoring this course. Our free events would not be possible without the support of our local tech community.

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