Intro to Web Concepts
Learn the basics of programming and web development with Aurelia Moser, a rising star and developer at CartoDB. This introductory workshop is for students with little-to-no technical experience, so don’t be afraid if you don’t know the difference between a client and a server — Aurelia will teach you!
She’ll also cover other basic concepts, such as the difference between backend and frontend code, the tools needed to develop a website, and the typical web development team. Students will review a series of programming scripting languages and their strengths and weaknesses vis-à-vis developing content for the web. This workshop is for people with little-to-no technical experience, and will serve as the precursor to a Fall 2015 course that treats web programming more in depth for interactive and data journalism applications.
Reserve your spot now by signing up here: tinyurl.com/
MORE ABOUT AURELIA:
Aurelia is a developer and curious cartographer building communities around code at CartoDB. Her background blends science and scripting and include a cocktail of conservation chemistry, eco-enthusiasm, education, and egalitarian tech activism. Previously of Ushahidi and Internews Kenya, she’s been working in the open tech and non-profit journalism space for a few years, and recent projects have had her working with mapping sensor data to support agricultural security and sustainable apis ecosystems in the Global South.
Follow her @auremoser or algorhyth.ms.
April 28, 2015
6.00 pm–8.00 pm
The New School, Theresa Lang Community and Student Center
55 West 13th St
New York, NY 10011