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Intro to Programming Concepts

Event Date: 
May 23 2017 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm
  • Tuesday, May 23, 2017
    5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
  • 1313 N Market St, , Wilmington, DE (map)

     

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    Price: $20.00 /per person

    Refund policy

  • Are you interested learning in the basics of how computers operate and how code works?  Have you ever taken a programming class and given up because the concepts were too hard to grasp? Or have you stayed away from programming all together, because you’re worried that’s what will happen? If you answered “Yes!” to any of those questions, then this class is for you! 

    In this workshop, we’ll explore some of the most basic and universal programming concepts. We’ll use everyday activities and real-life examples from languages like Javascript, Ruby, and Python to demonstrate common structures such as If/Then/Else statements and different kinds of loops. We’ll also try to take the mystery out of variables, and we'll talk about why computers are so picky.

    Note: This will truly be an introductory class. If you’re a programmer by profession or have experience with programming languages, this class is not for you. 

    Tech Requirements:

    • Your laptop

    About the teacher: 

     

    John Himics is a partner and lead developer at First Ascent Design, a design agency in Wilmington, Delaware. He's an avid tinkerer that built his first website at age ten. A mechanical engineer by training, he enjoys working with Raspberry Pis and coaxing computers into behaving. 

    All attendees are expected to abide by the Girl Develop It Code of Conduct. 

    Questions about the class? Get in touch! [masked]

    This event is BYOS (Bring your own snacks). 

    Parking:

    There is metered street parking (quarters only) around 1313 Innovation and it's free after 6:00pm and on weekends. 

    The recommended parking lot is Colonial Parking at 12th and Orange Streets. The entrance is on Orange Street. This lot is open from 7am - 9pm.