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Which programming workshop will you choose at the #DIW18 Dev Conference?

The workshops will cover two programming languages, Go and Greenfoot. But choose wisely, you can only pick one.

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The Dev Conference is the centerpiece of Delaware Innovation Week, and the biggest Technical.ly-sponsored event in the state. This year, our DevCon will fall on Nov. 7.

It’s a full-day event taking place at Delaware Tech’s George Campus in downtown Wilmington that includes workshops, dev talks and exhibitors, capped off with a happy hour at Stitch House Brewery.

All that, and it’s free to attend.

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This year’s workshops will cover two programming languages, Go and Greenfoot. Workshops are approximately 2.5 hours long, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., including a lunch break (yes, free lunch is included thanks to the #DIW18 Dev Track Sponsors: Innovation Technology Center, CSC, Christiana Care Health System).

Now for the hard part: You can only choose one. So, here are some details to help you decide, via the Dev Workshops DIW18 page:

Introduction to Go

Instructor: Kristofer Younger, Zip Code Wilmington

What is this course about? Go was designed and developed to make working in this environment more productive. Besides its better-known aspects such as built-in concurrency and garbage collection, Go’s design considerations include rigorous dependency management, the adaptability of software architecture as systems grow, and robustness across the boundaries between components. Get a quick intro to Go’s coolest features.

Greenfoot

Instructor: Leon Hunter, Zip Code Wilmington

What is this course about? Greenfoot is an educational tool designed at the University of Kent with a built-in IDE and GUI (Graphical User Interface). An IDE is the text-editor that allows a person to write and run code. A GUI is a user interface that allows interactions through graphical icons and visual indicators rather than text-based user interfaces. This tool is targeted to anyone interested in a visual display of code as they are learning object-orientated programming.

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Workshops end at 2:00 p.m., but there’s still more DevCon in the afternoon. Sign up separately for Dev Talks from 2:00–5:30 p.m., and Dev Happy Hour from 5:30–7:30. It’s broken up into bite-sized pieces so you can easily choose to do to one, two or all of the events!

RSVP for Dev Happy Hour

 

Projects: Delaware Innovation Week
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