Welcome to Hack School session 3 (October 19, 2016). Up until now, we’ve been dealing with front-end development – HTML, CSS, JS. We could write the code and immediately see the results. However, today marks a turning point in our development. Things become a little bit more theoretical and abstract, and it’s harder to see how exactly these come together.
Hope you enjoyed the Apple Hack Night and got your Pokedex up and running!
We all hope you enjoyed your first Hack Nights session! As always we’ll post written versions of all the material covered, with access to github code and our presentation slides. For this first session, we learned about PHP/Hack, and then worked on building a food finder web application.
We all hope you enjoyed your first Hack School session! As part of our commitment to your success, we’ll post written versions of all the material covered. For this first session, we learned HTML and CSS as part of constructing a personal webpage. You’ll want such a page as a portfolio to show off your work to recruiters.
Welcome to Hack Nights. ACM Hack is launching weekly Hack Nights on Mondays from 7pm to Midnight. So what are hack nights? Our goal is to teach technologies that are being used right now in industry. We will be bringing in students who have worked at the biggest names in Silicon Valley. You will learn actual languages, frameworks, and tools that they used during their time at these companies.
The future will be built by code. But it can be intimidating to know where to start. Hack School is here to help you get started. We’re a “Zero to Hero” program, meaning that we expect no prior coding or web development experience. To prevent structural barriers, we are absolutely free of costs and applications.