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Oct. 10, 2016 10:28 am

Go get your HTML on at this upcoming workshop

General Assembly is teaching a daylong programming course for non-programmers. Dip your toes in. See if it clicks.

At General Assembly in D.C.

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Always wanted to learn a little coding but unsure where to start? Here’s a submission — join General Assembly for this upcoming “programming for non-programmers” workshop.

Dipping your toes into something new can be intimidating, especially when all those around you seem to know exactly what’s going on. That’s where an event like this comes in, an event by definition targeted at the very beginningest of beginners.

According to organizers “you’ll learn essential tech lingo, cover basic web development concepts and try your hand at writing code of your own.”

The workshop is set to be held at 1776 in Crystal City on this upcoming Saturday, Oct. 15. If you’re curious about coding, are thinking about taking the dive into a bootcamp or just want to be able to talk with developers, you can snag tickets here for $110.

Companies: 1776, General Assembly
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