This class is an introduction to computer programming concepts for absolute beginners. You don't need any prior programming knowledge, we'll take those first steps together.
Everyone can learn to program. It's a tangible, real-world skill that can help you land a job, or solve a problem, or just have some fun. And, trust me, it will make you a better thinker.
Code & Theory
575 Broadway 5th Floor
New York, NY
You'll be best served bringing a laptop of some kind (hopefully running Chrome, Safari, or Firefox) and a little bit of patience.
This is a hands-on class. You will writing code and watching it run.
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Matthew has been making things with computers since the 1980s, programming since the 1990s, and doing so professionally for more than seven years. He holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Delaware. He co-founded and ran a web development shop in Philadelphia for three years. He's worked for small companies, large companies, and one university.
Mostly, he just believes that software can help people. It can help them get things done. And learning to write it can help them to think in different ways.