Pen and Paper Coding
Pen and Paper Coding is a New York based introductory coding course. The course is meant to teach the fundamentals of programming, not specific to any single language. Instead, students will do all assignments on pen and paper in a language invented for the program called NoLang, as a distraction free method of learning. Pen and Paper is a 5 week part-time course with a single 3 hour meeting each week. After the course students will be prepared to tackle the programming language of their choosing.
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In PersonPart Time4 Hours/week
Start Date Rolling Start Date Cost $399 Class size N/A Location New York CityThe course covers nearly all of the basic materials you will need to master in order to solve real programming problems. A heavy emphasis will be for you to start thinking algorithmically and to start “thinking in code”. Being able to do so, and being able to execute code in your head, is one of the core learning objectives of this course, and something that you will find useful throughout your programming journey.
Minimum Skill Level Basic Computer Knowledge Placement Test No Interview No
In PersonPart Time4 Hours/week
Start Date Rolling Start Date Cost $399 Class size N/A Location New York CityIn the second course of the Pen and Paper Coding series, students will practice everything they learned in Programming 101 on a real computer. Students will build a command line application from start to finish, thus gaining confidence and experience as programmers. The course is 5 weeks long, consists of 100% practical programming, and is currently only open to students who have completed Programming 101.
Minimum Skill Level Only open to students who have completed Programming 101. Placement Test No Interview No Start Date Rolling Start Date Cost $399 Class size N/A Location New York CityIn this course, students will learn all the infrastructure they need to deploy their applications to a server. This includes the following topics: UNIX deep-dive The Git version control system Authentication using public / private keys Setting up a production server in the cloud Relational database theory Configuring a web server and serving static pages
Minimum Skill Level Only open to students enrolled in Programming 101 or Programming 102. Placement Test No Interview No
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