meetup

JavaScript for the Browser

San Francisco, CA - Dec 3 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Free


Want to build browser-based applications using HTML, CSS and JavaScript? The first portion of this daylong workshop will be an HTML and CSS walkthrough and then we be ready to create dynamic interfaces with JavaScript. Not to worry if you haven’t played around with the Document Object Model before, you’ll leave this class with a high-level understanding AND have had lots of hands-on practice.

Come ready to code! We’ll be building some fun games as we go along.

By the end of the day, you will have harnessed the power of JavaScript to manipulate elements on the page and use event-driven programming to build interactive pages.

Logistics: 

We’re invested in your learning and want to make sure you have plenty of time to interact with an instructor and classmates so we will be capping this class at 14 students. We'll also be providing lunch. Let us know if you have any allergies or dietary restrictions.

Prerequisites: 

This class is great for individuals who have a bit of experience coding and want to put all their knowledge together to build interactive websites. If you’re a complete beginner and you’re curious about this class check out this event:

12/1 JavaScript Jumpstart (Weeknight Meetup) 

OR Try out some of Rithm School's online beginning JavaScript course to get prepped.

Meet Your Instructor: 

Elie Schoppik is a self-taught developer, and has experienced firsthand the professional and personal growth that comes with learning how to code. He started exploring web development and just hasn’t stopped. He's a sucker for new technologies, but JavaScript is his first love. He's had experience working on a number of development teams and co-founded a startup in 2012.

FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? 

Rithm School is located one block from the 16th Street Mission Bart. If you're driving, the Hoff Street garage is right around the corner. 

What can I bring into the event? 

Please bring your laptop!