Tue, Jul 06 | Queens

Coding Summer Boot Camp

8 weeks of learning the ins and outs of the internet, and the codes that make it happen. Kids will leave knowing how to build their own websites from scratch or from existing tools used to simplify the process. The cost of the course is $160.00 per week when you register between now and June 4th.
Coding Summer Boot Camp

Time & Location

Jul 06, 8:30 AM – Aug 28, 2:30 PM
Queens, 207-14 Hollis Ave, Queens Village, NY 11429, USA

About the Event

The digital age is here, and today's world is all about technology. The advancement of hardware cannot happen without the software needed to control it. As technology becomes more widespread, the need for content creators, programers, software developers, software engineers, end user support and other tech related positions are in full demand. During this 8 week camp, students will touch the surface of this demanding industry, while learning how to code using HTML and CSS, JavaScript, WordPress, Python, and for the advance students, Visual C. The program will comulate with the students creating their own website . With the introduction to this basic form of coding, our mission is to spark an interest in learning other coding languages that will lead to further interest in areas of graphic design, game and app development, and design. These areas of technology, are areas that the front end user rarely see, and is the most critical part of technology; under the hood. With the boom of Smartphones and tablets, app development has become a lucrative area of interest for young savvy enthusiasts.  New jobs, hobbies, events, and competition have emerged from  this boom. Videogames and gaming tournaments have become a multi-billion dollar a year competitive industry, and shows  the positive benefits of gaming. Gone are the days that kids sit idly by playing games and not being productive. Now, gaming is an income driver like other jobs in other industries. Our mission here at GameStation is to facilitate the love for this and hope to foster the student's interest in creating and developing with hopes that one day, they too will be creators. 

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