So, you’ve explored the basics of coding, but want some hands-on experience actually writing code to help you decide if a software engineering career is right for you? That makes sense.
This free, 2-hour class is the perfect place to get your feet wet – or in this case, your hands – with HTML & CSS. After a quick review of these languages, follow-along with your instructor to learn and apply the basics HTML & CSS like paragraphs, headers, attributes, colors, fonts, and more, to create a custom, working website - from scratch. Yes. You can do that.
You’ll leave this workshop knowing:
Taylor is a full-stack software engineer, full-time human, STEM educator, music maniac, mindfulness student, and change agent. Her trauma-informed, neurodiverse teaching approach focuses on deconstructing her students' self-limiting beliefs so they can experience more empowerment and curiosity in their studies.
Taylor truly believes everyone can learn if given the right support, having taught non-traditional/returning students, undergraduates at universities across the globe, folks returning to the work force after incarceration, elementary schoolers, and degree-holding residents of the middle-east. Taylor actively challenges the traditional professional environment, constantly advocating for a radically inclusive and holistic approach to both work and education. Her style supports a broad range of neurotypes, cultural, educational, and professional experiences.
When she's not teaching coding, you can find her hiking in the mountains, moshing at concerts, teaching yoga/meditation, and always with a furry friend by her side.
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