Mon, Jul
13

WTF Is JavaScript?! with WWCode Tokyo

Online
7:30pm – 10:00pm
Free

Code Chrysalis CTO and Co-Founder Yan will be giving an interactive workshop aimed at beginners interested in coding.

At this event, you will learn:

  • what a program is and what programming is
  • why coding can be so tough
  • some of the different kinds of programming languages at a very high level
  • some different building blocks of code
  • how to read through some code together
  • how to be a code detective

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