[Noisebridge-discuss] Collaborative Coding

aaronco36 aaronco36 at fastmail.fm
Tue Feb 11 17:43:52 UTC 2014

> Hello,
> My name is Trevor and i was just wondering if I can learn how to 
> computer program at the collaborative coding classes on mondays, 
> tuesdays, and thursdays? I'm almost a complete beginner, the only coding 
> i did was copy some pre-written codes into java script for an 
> electronics class. If you guys could let me know that would be fantastic!!!
> Thanks

I myself can think of several options off the top of my head just to get
you started besdies writing on this list, all IMHO

- Tue there are the scheduled Collaborative Coding session going up to
7pm and the Weekly Meeting afterwards. If you ask people hanging around
noisebridge during either of these two events, you'll likely get some
excellent feedback here, including online resources you'd probably want
to check out.
- Wed evenings from 7pm-9pm are the Intro to Python classes (there is a
PyClass Wikipage https://noisebridge.net/wiki/PyClass for some general
descrption). If you approach the instructor or other people hanging out
for this, you'll likely and similarly find some excellent
feedback&direction here.
- Thu evenings there are the scheduled Collaborative Coding session
going until 8pm and Jeffrey Carl Faden's Front-end Web Development lab
starting just afterwards. Although the current material in the F.W.D.
lab is more advanced than complete beginner stage, it still wouldn't
hurt to briefly ask Jeffrey or others hanging around noisebridge to get
some good beginner coding advice, especially if you're already hanging
out at the CC session 1st. I see that Jeffrey and excellent others
frequently jump onto the discussion of this mailing list to give their
own two cents worth, so I'd definitely lookout for and listen to their
suggestions as well.



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