Calendar

Jun
18
Tue
Intro to Arduino @ AS220 Industries
Jun 18 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

arduinoLearn the basics of electronics and coding with the Arduino, an open source hardware platform for artists, educators, and designers.

Tuesday June 11 + 18, 6-9pm

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Arduino is an open source platform designed for artists, educators, and designers to be able to develop affordable prototypes for interactive design.  It includes both a stand-alone circuit board with input / output for various components and an IDE (integrated development environment) for programming to provide an easy on-ramp for people learning how to design and program open hardware.  If you’re interested in getting started in electronics, this workshop is a great place to start!

Instructor: Katie Gradowski

Jun
22
Sat
Beginner Woodworking @ AS220 Industries
Jun 22 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

beginnre woodworkingNo robots involved, just a straight-up intro to the AS220 woodshop.  This class will train you on basic safety and shop techniques for the drill press, bandsaw, belt sander, and hand-held power tools.

 

Sundays June 15 + 22, 10-1pm

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Learn some of the basics in woodworking with both hand and power tools. We’ll go over shop/tool safety, the fundamentals of handling wood and composites, and joinery techniques to design and produce small projects.

Instructor:  Britton Kroessler and Chris Hampson

Jul
17
Wed
Intro to HTML and CSS @ AS220 Industries
Jul 17 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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3 classes, 3 hours each, where students who are just starting out learning web development basics can get their hands around core concepts to build an interactive and mobile-friendly web page.

 

 

Wednesdays July 17, 24, 31, 6-9pm

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3 classes, 3 hours each, where students who are brand new or are just starting out learning web development basics can get their hands around core concepts to build an interactive and mobile-friendly web page. Throughout the course, we will learn the fundamentals of the web, including how the web works, and dive into HTMLCSS, version control with Git and Github, and JavaScript basics.

Attendees will come away with a fully functioning web site hosted on the internet that is mobile friendly, allows for creativity, as well as displays the participant’s understanding of core web technologies. These new skills can be applied to many existing jobs, creative endeavors, or serve as a launching point for a deeper dive into software development.

Instructor: Danny Kirchner

Danny is a software developer and teacher, “training over 100 students in Providence to be full-stack, job ready developers” Danny has been writing web apps using Ruby on Rails and JavaScript for nearly a decade, working as a software developer and startup founder. He also organizes the Providence-based coding meetup, Wise Coders. When not in front of a computer, he enjoys cooking vegetarian food, practicing zero-waste, and biking around Rhode Island. Danny has authored a few guides focusing on web development basics, including “A Beginner’s Guide to Ruby on Rails,” [link: https://generalassemb.ly/coding/full-stack-web-development/rails] and “A Beginner’s Guide to Heroku” [link: https://generalassemb.ly/coding/full-stack-web-development/heroku].

What to bring:  Students should bring a laptop and charger if they have one.

 

Jul
20
Sat
Intro to HTML and CSS @ AS220 Industries
Jul 20 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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3 classes, 3 hours each, where students who are just starting out learning web development basics can get their hands around core concepts to build an interactive and mobile-friendly web page.

 

 

Wednesdays July 17, 24, 31, 6-9pm

REGISTER HERE

3 classes, 3 hours each, where students who are brand new or are just starting out learning web development basics can get their hands around core concepts to build an interactive and mobile-friendly web page. Throughout the course, we will learn the fundamentals of the web, including how the web works, and dive into HTMLCSS, version control with Git and Github, and JavaScript basics.

Attendees will come away with a fully functioning web site hosted on the internet that is mobile friendly, allows for creativity, as well as displays the participant’s understanding of core web technologies. These new skills can be applied to many existing jobs, creative endeavors, or serve as a launching point for a deeper dive into software development.

Instructor: Danny Kirchner

Danny is a software developer and teacher, “training over 100 students in Providence to be full-stack, job ready developers” Danny has been writing web apps using Ruby on Rails and JavaScript for nearly a decade, working as a software developer and startup founder. He also organizes the Providence-based coding meetup, Wise Coders. When not in front of a computer, he enjoys cooking vegetarian food, practicing zero-waste, and biking around Rhode Island. Danny has authored a few guides focusing on web development basics, including “A Beginner’s Guide to Ruby on Rails,” [link: https://generalassemb.ly/coding/full-stack-web-development/rails] and “A Beginner’s Guide to Heroku” [link: https://generalassemb.ly/coding/full-stack-web-development/heroku].

What to bring:  Students should bring a laptop and charger if they have one.

 

Jul
27
Sat
Intro to HTML and CSS @ AS220 Industries
Jul 27 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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3 classes, 3 hours each, where students who are just starting out learning web development basics can get their hands around core concepts to build an interactive and mobile-friendly web page.

 

 

Wednesdays July 17, 24, 31, 6-9pm

REGISTER HERE

3 classes, 3 hours each, where students who are brand new or are just starting out learning web development basics can get their hands around core concepts to build an interactive and mobile-friendly web page. Throughout the course, we will learn the fundamentals of the web, including how the web works, and dive into HTMLCSS, version control with Git and Github, and JavaScript basics.

Attendees will come away with a fully functioning web site hosted on the internet that is mobile friendly, allows for creativity, as well as displays the participant’s understanding of core web technologies. These new skills can be applied to many existing jobs, creative endeavors, or serve as a launching point for a deeper dive into software development.

Instructor: Danny Kirchner

Danny is a software developer and teacher, “training over 100 students in Providence to be full-stack, job ready developers” Danny has been writing web apps using Ruby on Rails and JavaScript for nearly a decade, working as a software developer and startup founder. He also organizes the Providence-based coding meetup, Wise Coders. When not in front of a computer, he enjoys cooking vegetarian food, practicing zero-waste, and biking around Rhode Island. Danny has authored a few guides focusing on web development basics, including “A Beginner’s Guide to Ruby on Rails,” [link: https://generalassemb.ly/coding/full-stack-web-development/rails] and “A Beginner’s Guide to Heroku” [link: https://generalassemb.ly/coding/full-stack-web-development/heroku].

What to bring:  Students should bring a laptop and charger if they have one.