Library Codelab: Intro to Web Concepts && Tech Careers

Event Type: Computer Skills/Technology
Age Group(s): Adults, Older Adults
Date: 1/25/2020
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 12:00 PM
 This introductory workshop covers the fundamentals of web development in layman terms. This is a no-code workshop. It covers basic concepts like the difference between a client and a server, the difference between backend and front end code, and the typical web development team. The course also includes a brief overview of modern web concepts including cloud/DevOps.
Library: Allegra Westbrooks Regional
Location: Randolph Room
Other Information:
 The final 30 minutes of the workshop will be dedicated to a round table discussion and open Q&A about tech careers/working in the field. If you have questions around getting started, resources, languages and tools to use, this will be a great time to get them answered. The presenters of this portion of the session currently work in the field and have non-traditional (bootcamp and/or self taught) backgrounds. Their experience includes front end, full stack development, and distributed database knowledge.

This class is for people with little technical experience, or those just starting to explore opportunities in the technical field.
Presenter: Cristina Veale and Louise Clark, QC Bytes
Status: Closed