Start to program in 6 evening session with a programme aimed at beginners.
Get started with programming in 6 evening sessions where you'll learn the basics of programming to launch you into a new career or hobby.
You'll also be able to share your work using Git and Github, the exact same tools you would use to collaborate with developer colleagues.
Do you want to learn to code? Have you tried a few tutorials but are looking for some more guidance and a clearer path to follow than watching YouTube videos?
It can be hard to learn alone, especially complex topics like programming. If you think that learning with peers and with an expert instructor available to guide your learning and answer your questions is the right way to go, this course is for you.
Before the course begins, we'll ask you to give us an overview of what you know already, and we'll make sure that the tasks you're set will stretch and challenge you without being overwhelming. If you want to discuss your particular circumstances with us, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The curriculum will include
In a typical session we will start with a presentation or demonstration of a new topic, after which you'll get a chance to try things out for yourself with the help of the instructor. Before we finish the evening, we'll share the best resources available elsewhere about this topic and set project tasks for the next session.
In between sessions you'll be able to talk with each other and with the instructors online, including an online code clinic in Google Hangout once a week.
Times: The course will run every Tuesday evening for 6 weeks from 18:00 to 20:30. The first session will be on the 1st of November and the last session will be on the 6th of December.
We recommend you set some additional time aside to make the most of the course, but if that's not possible, we have made the sessions self contained enough to stand alone.
Brice Fernandes has many years of coding experience, having worked as a software developer for academic research groups as well as in industry. He taught game development and software development online to over 90,000 students with his 4.9 star rated game development course. He is also the organiser and host for the Cambridge Programmers' Study Group, which meets twice a week to study computer science topics under his guidance.
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The workshop will be held at Eagle Labs Cambridge.
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28 Chesterton Rd,
In person every Tuesday between 18:00 and 20:30 for six weeks starting on Tuesday 24th January 2017.
You will need a laptop capable of connecting to Wifi, as well as pen and paper. Windows, OSX and Linux friendly.
While not required, it is highly encouraged and recommended that you spend some time in self study outside of the sessions. We will provide additional support on demand outside of sessions through a chat forum and a weekly code clinic.
No prior preparation is needed.
Yes, Eagle Labs provides parking for visitors.
Founder and Director SigmaForge
Brice is an online course instructor, startup coach, and entrepreneur. His technology background includes Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, physical simulations, natural language processing, anomaly detection in real-time and embedded development. Brice has acquired a depth of knowledge through his experience working with start-ups. He was selected to be a startup coach at Accelerate Cambridge, a program at the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School where he coached 40 entrepreneurial teams on a regularly basis. Most recently, Brice was a coach and mentor at the prestigious Ignite program at the Judge Business School.