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Hack Reactor is a 12-week immersive coding school offering classes onsite in San Francisco and online through Hack Reactor Remote Beta. Our Meetup group exists to help both aspiring & established coders level up.

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[WEBINAR] JavaScript 101

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Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-javascript-101-tickets-108898018906 Goal: Join us to begin your JavaScript learning journey in an interactive and friendly learning environment. Beginners are encouraged and welcomed! JavaScript 101 is the first lesson in our free, four-part Introductory JavaScript Series (101, 201, 301 and 401). Topics covered: What JavaScript is used for and how it plays an important role in today's ever-evolving technology ecosystem The origins and developmental progression of JavaScript dating back to 1996 Fundamental JavaScript building blocks: Values, Types, Operators, Keywords, Labels, Comments and Functions Who this workshop is for: This workshop is for learners with little to no JavaScript experience (complete beginners). If you are further along in your learning journey, you may look at other workshops that might be better suited for your skillset and study progress. Tech requirements: This Webinar is held online through video conference. Students will need to have their laptops. Windows, Mac or Linux will do it! Have the Zoom Client for Video Meetings installed well before the webinar begins. Taught live online: 3 Hours – 5:30pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time Link to join the workshop will be provided to you once you RSVP. We look forward to meeting you virtually! -- About the Instructor Jonathan Lewis Software Engineer at LiveXLive Jonathan has a varied background in the arts, entertainment and information technology industries. Jonathan is a graduate of Hack Reactor's Remote program where he launched his career in software engineering. Jonathan resides in San Diego, CA where he works as a Software Engineer at LiveXLive.

[WEBINAR] Intro to Python: Part 2

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PLEASE RSVP THROUGH THE EVENTBRITE FOR THE WEBINAR LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-intro-to-python-part-2-tickets-101840315124 Description This is part two of an event series for beginners who want to start learning the basics of programming with Python. We will recap concepts covered in part 1 Then jump into coding and cover the Python syntax and programming concepts for: - Functions - Scopes - Working with libraries We'll put together what we learned making useful code we can re-use on different datasets In part one we covered: Getting started with programming Overview of careers using python Part 1 covered getting started with: - Variables - Strings - Numbers - Lists - Dictionaries - Conditionals - Loops We'll then put things we just learned together to solve a classic computer science problem together How to Prepare: - Install Google Chrome (any modern browser should work): https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop/ - Sign up for a Google account if you don't already have one (We will be using an online code editor by Google) - Have the Zoom Client for Video Meetings installed well before the webinar begins: https://zoom.us/download Taught live online: - 2 Hours – 5:30pm - 7:30pm Pacific Time - Link to join the workshop will be provided to you once you RSVP. We look forward to meeting you virtually! About Galvanize: Galvanize is premiere dynamic learning community for technology. With campuses located in booming technology sectors throughout the country, Galvanize provides a community for each the following: Education - part-time and full-time training in web development, data science, and data engineering Workspace - whether you’re a freelancer, startup, or established business, we provide beautiful spaces with a community dedicated to supporting your company’s growth Networking - events in the tech industry happen constantly in our campuses, ranging from popular Meetups to multi-day international conferences To learn more about Galvanize, visit https://www.galvanize.com/ Data Science Bootcamp: https://www.galvanize.com/data-science-bootcamp Software Engineering Bootcamp: https://www.galvanize.com/web-development Contact Admissions: https://admissions.galvanize.com/

[WEBINAR] Intro to Computer Science

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PLEASE RSVP THROUGH THE EVENTBRITE FOR THE WEBINAR LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-intro-to-computer-science-tickets-103751936836 Join us to learn about introductory CS concepts in a friendly and interactive learning environment. We'll be learning about CS through the lens of JavaScript, so you should come with some experience writing JavaScript code. Topics covered: What data structures are and why are they important How memory is allocated and managed in JavaScript How to measure the efficiency of code (using Big O Notation) and how your code structure can affect the efficiency Who this workshop is for: This workshop is for learners with some programming experience, preferably with JavaScript. You should understand JavaScript syntax and fundamental concepts like arrays, objects, loops, and functions. If you are earlier along in your learning journey, you should look for other introductory-level workshops (https://www.hackreactor.com/events) that are better suited for your skillset and study progress. Tech requirements: This Webinar is held online through video conference. Students will need to have their laptops. Windows, Mac or Linux will do it! Have the Zoom Client for Video Meetings installed well before the webinar begins. Taught live online: 2 Hours – 5:30pm - 8:30pm Pacific Time / 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Central Time Link to join the workshop will be provided to you once you RSVP. Be sure to explore our online prep options! We recommend Premium Prep - check it out: http://bit.ly/30q7SQi To learn more about Hack Reactor's Software Engineering bootcamp, visit https://www.hackreactor.com/onsite-immersive We look forward to meeting you virtually! About Hack Reactor The Hack Reactor immersive program is an advanced coding bootcamp focused on building autonomous software engineers ready for any job in the tech industry. In 2018, Galvanize acquired Hack Reactor to combine forces with another top coding bootcamp. Hack Reactor bootcamps are now offered both online and at Galvanize's eight campuses across the country, which bring together coding bootcamps, coworking space, and a unique learning community that includes aspiring data scientists and software engineers.

Intro to Computer Vision Part 1: Classification [WEBINAR]

PLEASE RSVP THROUGH THE EVENTBRITE FOR THE WEBINAR LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/intro-to-computer-vision-part-1-classification-webinar-tickets-110889557652 Thanks to advancements in deep learning and artificial neural networks, computer vision is increasingly capable of mimicking human vision and is paving the way for self-driving cars, medical diagnosis, scanning recorded surveillance, manufacturing and much more. In this introductory workshop, Sage Elliot will give an overview of deep learning as it related to computer vision with a focused discussion around image classification. You will also learn about careers in computer vision and who are some of the biggest users of this technology. What You Will Learn: - Image Classification - What is Deep Learning - What is Computer Vision - Who uses Computer Vision - Careers in Computer Vision - Overview of common models and uses - Transfer Learning - Overview framework in python - Build an image classifier To register for part 2: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/intro-to-computer-vision-part-2-object-detection-webinar-tickets-110891698054 About Your Instructor: Sage Elliott is a Machine Learning Developer Evangelist for Sixgill with about 10 years of experience in the engineering space. He has passion for exploring new technologies and building communities. To learn more about Sage, you can reach him here. How to Prepare: - Have the Zoom Client for Video Meetings installed well before the webinar begins: https://zoom.us/download - Optional: Install HyperLabel and try labeling images with rectangles for object detection in Part 2 (https://hyperlabel.com/). A good rule of thumb is to start with 200 images. Taught live online: - 2 Hours – 5:30pm - 7:30pm Pacific Time - Link to join the workshop will be provided to you once you RSVP. We look forward to meeting you virtually! About Galvanize: Galvanize is premiere dynamic learning community for technology. With campuses located in booming technology sectors throughout the country, Galvanize provides a community for each the following: Education - part-time and full-time training in web development, data science, and data engineering Workspace - whether you’re a freelancer, startup, or established business, we provide beautiful spaces with a community dedicated to supporting your company’s growth Networking - events in the tech industry happen constantly in our campuses, ranging from popular Meetups to multi-day international conferences To learn more about Galvanize, visit https://www.galvanize.com/ Data Science Bootcamp: https://www.galvanize.com/data-science-bootcamp Software Engineering Bootcamp: https://www.galvanize.com/web-development Contact Admissions: https://admissions.galvanize.com/

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[WEBINAR] Intro to Python: Part 1

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