Coding For Humans: "Learn to Code"

a one day workshop for non-coders

24 July 2012 from 9am to 5pm

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Coding is…
…a means of expression and creativity. It's a satisfying and potent skill, in an ever-increasingly webbified world. Learning to code can increase mental clarity and logical thought, and it is empowering to understand what websites actually are and how they are made.

Whether you have an interest to work in web development or are just a curious bystander of the Web, then here is a chance to spread your wings and learn to code a little. In a single day. Even if you've never written or seen a line of code before.

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45 Gloucester Street, BN1 4EW - On the top floor of The Dock

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