Melissa Steffan is a web developer at the Washington Post and a WDI D.C. graduate. She is proof that you don't need to meet all of a job post's "required skills" in order to get hired, because she still doesn't know Java. Prior to the Post, she worked as a digital marketer, content editor, and reporter—sometimes all at once.
Programming for Non-Programmers
Learn the fundamentals of front-end and back-end programming, plus try your hand at writing some code of your own.
Coding for Beginners: HTML and CSS
This session, designed for the beginner programmer, will assume no previous coding knowledge. Come along and get started with coding.
Coding 101: HTML & CSS
In this hands-on introductory workshop, we’ll learn about the web development community and how the web works.
Code in One Day: HTML & CSS Crash Course
Get into front-end web development quickly and easily. Dive head first into HTML & CSS, skill up with live coding exercises, and build a basic web page from scratch.
Web Development: Let's Break it Down