Intro to Software Development Concepts
Provides a basic understand on software development concepts from the ground up. Specific examples will be used for demonstration purposes but there is no requirement to have knowledge in a specific program language. This is a high-level introduction and not a hands-on programming class. If you are considering one of our other programming classes but have no previous experience we recommend you take this class first before jumping right into coding.
There are no prerequisites for this class.
In order to properly master any skill it is important to start with a solid knowledge base. This is no different with software development. Even though there are countless programming languages to choose from they are all rooted in some very basic concepts. Just like spoken language mastering these core concepts can help you learn newer languages faster. The purpose of this workshop is to help you to start thinking like a developer. Once you have mastered the basics you will more easily be able to learn the syntax and nuances of any program language you desire.
Nick Clark: Nick has a BS in Computer Science and a Certificate in Innovation Management from the University of Maryland. He has been working as a software developer in both the private and government sectors since 1998. In 2008, Nick founded his own consulting business focusing on freelance web development.
The instruction will take place at PaxSpace in the classroom space.
No previous knowledge or experience required.
Equipment and Supplies
No equipment is required.
- Members: Free
- Non Members: $10
After registering you will receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to pay for this class.
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