Coding workshop for non-coders

Coding workshop for non-coders

Our lovely old member Rosario is hosting a coding workshop on Thursday 6th February, in The Big Room.

The goal of the session is to give non-coders a hands-on 1-day workshop on coding skills, understand what it actually means to publish and create a website, familiarise with the technical terms, and in general learn more about software development practises. At the end of the day everyone will have a website published on internet. The workshop covers both backend (Ruby and Git) and frontend programming (HTML and CSS).
The program of the workshop (10am-4pm) includes:

1) Introduction: Internet, Client/Server Architecture and Programming.
2) How to use the Terminal and Command Prompt.
3) Basic Ruby Programming.
4) Setting up working environment.
5) Sublime Text Editor.
6) Ruby Framework for Server Programming: Sinatra.
7) HTML and CSS introduction.
8) Publish your website: Setting up Heroku and Git.
9) Responsive Web Design: Use Twitter Bootstrap to create a mobile friendly site.
10) Grid System, and CSS styling.
The cost of the workshop is £250/person but Rosario is offering %20 discount to all our Ugli Members – Speak with Elodie for promocode.
It’s an absolute steal of a deal, so don’t miss your chance!
For more information about the event and Coderwave, check these links out: