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CODEcamp - JavaScript


CODEcamp's winter session of "BootCamp: JavaScript" is held on February 8, 2013 from 9am to 3pm. First, we will quickly go through how a computer works and why we need to learn languages to tell these computers what to do.  Next, we will dive into the fundamentals of the JavaScript language and perform exercises writing small JavaScript programs.  Lastly, we will discuss the programming journey and demonstrate several paths based on three different learning styles.

As a Beginner's Class, this course is the second step to learning to program or a great primer for non-technical, support staff to aid in understanding the underpinnings of web and software development. Website Basics or knowledge of HTML/CSS is required for this course.

CODEcamp is the Digital Corridor's independent learning platform designed to meet the growing demand for specialized instruction in emerging web and mobile software technologies. Courses are held at the Digital Corridor's Flagship2.

For more information on the CODEcamp course offerings, or to register, visit the CODEcamp calendar. Contact with questions.

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