Web development is one of the premier paths for beginners to start their journey towards becoming a software engineer. Unsurprisingly, web development is a giant field that goes from very basic fundamentals to extremely complex and interconnected technology. When you are just getting started, it can all sound very confusing and overly complicated.
Join us in this workshop as we talk about HTML5 (5 is the latest version!), the cornerstone of how sites are presented in today's World Wide Web. We will start the workshop by briefly touching on web development in general, and then move to the basics of scripting a page in HTML. By the end of this workshop you should feel comfortable writing basic HTML5 files and understanding what the basic structure of a site looks like.
When: Wednesday, May 18, 2023, from 3-4 pm EST
What: Workshop: introduction to HTML5 with Fede, community manager.
Where: On Zoom (you must RSVP to receive the video link)
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