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Capital Factory

701 Brazos Street

Austin, TX 78701

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Are you interested in hacking at ATX Hack for Change, but aren't a developer or designer? Engaged with technology, but not really sure how it works?


Join us for Coding 101, our third workshop leading up to ATX Hack for Change 2017, and learn how web development works! This workshop is aimed at beginners with no or little experience in programming.


Key Takeaways: Understand how a web application works from a high levelLearn basic techniques and concepts used for website developmentLearn how HTML, CSS, JS, and Ruby all work together to create rich online experiencesWe’ll provide you with available resources if you’d like to continue learning


Prerequisites and Preparation: Bring your own laptop (Mac, PC or Chromebook, Mac preferred)


St. Edward's University

We’re a liberal arts university in Austin — and that’s just the beginning. Our identity is shaped by our location in Austin, Texas, and strengthened by our partner universities all over the world. Who we are is rooted in where we come from. Our founders, the Congregation of Holy Cross, have been educating diverse students to think critically, act ethically and strive for social justice since the 1830s. Now it’s our turn.


Hackathon Partners:

Open Austin is a volunteer citizen brigade advocating for open government, open data, and civic application development since 2009.

Google Fiber is committed to bringing reliable, affordable internet to all people in Austin.

The City of Austin Innovation Office helps diverse and inclusive teams examine challenges and opportunities to surface better ideas and solutions that make a lasting, positive impact.

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