About This Workshop
Explore the programming languages that power the web and write your first line of code.
During our online introductory workshop, explore the building blocks of the web — HTML and CSS — and learn how you can apply these programming languages to develop your own simple sites.
What will the remote learning experience be like?
- Ask questions and interact with peers and expert instructors — all in real time. Collaborate via live chatbox and Q&A.
- Complete hands-on coursework in an online classroom designed to keep you engaged and focused.
- Gain accountability and guidance from your instructor and fellow classmates to help you turn skills into career success.
By writing your own lines of code, you’ll:
- Get a closer look at how the developer community and many different fields benefit from coding knowledge.
- Learn how HTML and CSS function together to form the backbone of the web.
- Cover key coding terms and principles.
- Develop a custom, working web page from scratch.
Chart your own career path.
- A laptop is required for this workshop.
- For those on Windows, you’ll need Microsoft Windows 7/8/10 (32- or 64-bit). For those with Macs, you’ll need the Mac OS X 10.8.5 or higher, up to 10.11.4 (El Capitan). Upgrade your operating system before class, if needed.
- Basic technical aptitude and orientation to computers, and curiosity to learn new tools.
NOTE: A small percentage of participants may not receive emails from us due to some domains blocking our automated emails. If you do not receive sign in instructions within 1 hour of the livestream, please email email@example.com and someone from our team will be sure to respond to you with sign in instructions right away.
About the Instructor
Nathan Miranda is a full-stack software engineer at Compass, a real-estate startup. He is responsible for building out a majority of the UIs and backend services that power the real estate search experience. Nathan has also previously worked at Knewton and J.P. Morgan. When he is not obsessing over the student experience, you can find him in the practice room, playing piano or saxophone, or even in the studio working on his latest beat.
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