Introduction to WordPress | Web Development for Entrepreneurs Series
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
OpenMine Series: Web Development for Entrepreneurs
Get introduced to the tech world. This series is designed to introduce people of all technical levels to the fundamentals of web development and coding. The courses are a great way for entrepreneurs and learners of all kinds to acquaint themselves with available technology resources. We'll learn from the experts and gain hands on experience designing web sites and writing our own code. These courses are developed in conjunction with the Tulsa Web Devs. Pizza and drinks will be served.
Intro to WordPress | Wednesday, October 30
Learn how to make custom websites using WordPress that can both put your business on the Web and help you easily maintain your blog and websites. Course is instructed by Cory Miller, co-founder of iThemes and co-author of WordPress All-In-One for Dummies.
What to Bring: Laptop computer
|Date||Topic||Workshop Lead||Time||Location||RSVP Link|
Thursday, October 24
|Evaluating developer talent||Luke Crouch, Mozilla||5:30pm||i2E|
|Wednesday, October 30||Introduction to Word Press||Cory Miller, iThemes||5:30pm||The Forge||openminewebdev2.eventbrite.com|
|Tuesday, November 5||Coding for Everyone||John Dugan, Code for Tulsa||5:30pm||The Forge||openminewebdev3.eventbrite.com|
How to Evaluate Developer Talent Course | October 24
Learn how to assess, recruit, and hire top developer talent for your student or business. Course is instructed by Luke Crouch, web developer for Mozilla, President of Tulsa Web Devs, Co-Captain of Code for Tulsa, and Co-Founder of Codesy.
What to Bring: (Optional) Laptop computer if you want to follow along!
Coding for Everyone | Tuesday, November 5
An ideal class for non-technical professionals and start-ups who want to learn the fundamentals of coding. Course is instructed by John Dungan of Code for Tulsa and Tulsa Web Devs. John was honored at The White House for his coding work with Tulsa Web Devs earlier this year!
What to Bring: Open Mind and Laptop computer
When & Where
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