Thursdays from 7:15 - 9:30: April 10th - June 26th
In this 12-week course, you will explore the theory and practice of web development. The purpose of this course is to be a broad, beginner-friendly introduction to web programming and developer culture. The goal is to de-mystify coding and empower students with the tools they need to continue learning on their own.
You will begin to engage with the hacker praxis and open-source web community so that you can continue to develop programming skills beyond the scope of this brief course. The theoretical side will engage with a number of important texts, and the practical side will focus on cooperative web development practice through hands-on workshops. The majority of the technical training will focus on learning to build pages with HTML/CSS/JS and host them on the web.
Our workshop instructor will hold additional workshop hours. Times and day tbd and by appointment. Attendance to workshop times is strongly recommended.
Ian Luke Kane is a math guy and technology professional. Specifically, he has worked with relational databases, data analysis, reporting, and business intelligence for the last 8 years. He's currently a Data Systems Architect with Millennium Pharmacy Systems and has worked in the past with companies such as SnapRetail and UPMC. He has an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Grove City College and a Master of Science in Information Technology degree from Carnegie Mellon. His website is here.
Norm Huelsman is a front-end designer and communications guy who has been the lead organizer of PodcampPittsburgh. He works with startups and does freelance web and design work.
* Instructors may be subject to change
Our class will be hosted at Voluto Coffee on Penn Avenue.
$495 Total: $345 tuition, $100 admin, and $50 supplies. Class registration is limited to 12 people. Purchase your half-tuition ticket now and we'll bill for the rest later. Want to pay by check? Please write Justin at email@example.com for details.
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The Saxifrage School is an informal, non-accredited educational organization offering students a valuable learning experience; students will not receive any sort of credit for completing courses. Please read our refund policy.