Who We Are
We’re Central Coast People
We love the Central Coast! What’s not to love about our amazing scenery, our vibrant culture or our perfect weather? It’s our goal to help strengthen the local economy by building the most important part of our growing tech industry: the talent base!
We’re Coders and Web Developers
We’re Teachers and Students
At CodeSLO we bring experienced developers together with beginners so that we can learn from each other and build awesome stuff. Our program has a strong online component, but we meet in person regularly as well. The only thing more fun than coding is coding with friends!
What We Do
We are trying to create a positive impact on the local community by helping to train new coders to fill the jobs created by the growing tech industry here on the Central Coast. In 2016, via a partnership with Free Code Camp, we are going to take a group of smart, dedicated individuals from zero to professional level, full-stack developers. You don’t need to know anything about programming to start. We don’t care if you’ve never written a line of HTML in your life. If you have a laptop and you know how to download a file from the Internet, you know enough to get started.
Create clean, readable markup
Make Your Content Beautiful
Go from websites to web applications
We teach the technologies, skills and frameworks that development companies are looking for right now.
Part Seven of our Intro to Code series dealt with loops and arrays and ended up being a pretty quick class. Arrays and loops aren’t terribly hard to understand and, for those who have been doing our suggested homework, last night wasn’t the first time you’d seen them, but being able to work comfortably with Read more about Intro to Code Part VII – Arrays and Loops[…]
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As promised, we’re going to publish a blog post on each of our twelve Intro to Code classes, and this one covers the second class, which was all about CSS. If you haven’t seen our post about our first class, you can find that one here. CSS is one of those “a minute to learn Read more about Intro to Code Part Two, CSS[…]
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