My long-running series of classes on front-end web development begins again on January 5th!
This weekly class is targeted toward those who have never written a line of code but are interested in learning to, and discovering how to make great websites while doing so. But it’s also great for old hands who are looking to brush up and learn the new ways. Whoever you are, you’ll probably find the class easy to follow and fun to attend (if I do say so myself).
The class runs for about six months from start to finish. Every Monday evening at 8, I’ll give a lecture walking you through creating a small project that demonstrates a different aspect of web development, like certain features of CSS, or frameworks like jQuery or AngularJS. Every Thursday evening at 8, you can come to the “lab” portion of the class and hang out, working on an assignment that I hand out, or a project of your own. I’ll be there to help walk you through any aspect you’d like to know about.
Since I give a half-hour recap before every lecture, don’t feel discouraged if you miss a week or two, or can’t make the labs. And, like everything at Noisebridge, this class is free to attend. But Noisebridge would love your donations! If you find this class or anything else that Noisebridge offers helpful, please consider setting up a recurring donation! We’d really appreciate it!
If you’re not local to San Francisco, my Monday lectures are always streamed via Google+ Hangouts. Here’s a link to the upcoming stream on January 5th. And past series of classes can be found on my YouTube channel. If you are local, just show up! You can optionally join this Facebook event to remind yourself.