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Do You Something for Great Good

This event is new weekly event presented by Software Niagara, and hosted at Cowork Niagara.

It's an opportunity for you to come out, work on something you love, learn new things, or just chat about the latest and greatest tech. A general topic is provided, but there's no speakers or set activities.

The topic for the month of September is Programming Languages. Bring your laptops out, as we're going to make this month interactive. Come learn a new programming language, or share your expertise in one with others.

Light refreshments are available, and WiFi Internet is generously provided by Cowork Niagara.

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  • Nicholas B.

    This week, I think we're going to go back to basics on HTML, and a bit of CSS. I don't have a specific project planned yet, but I think we'll tinker with some HTML forms. I don't pretend to be a designer, so our results will likely be more functional than pretty.

    The goal is to prepare attendees for future introductions to more complex browser or web-server based technologies.

    Bring your laptops and a web browser. I suggest chrome as it has (in my opinion anyway), some of the best built-in developer tools. You may use your tooling of choice for an editor, but something with syntax highlighting and other code-specific features like auto-formatting would be recommended.

    September 19

    • Maira Bay De S.

      What do you suggest for Linux? (In terms of code Editor with formatting)

      September 20

    • Nicholas B.

      Atom and Visual Studio Code are both cross-platform. I've worked on Mac and Windows mostly, so I'm not sure what to suggest for linux aside from those two. I know vim is popular amongst all-in linux developers, but there's a steep learning curve.

      September 21

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