How to Learn Programming in 2018

Date: 
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 18:30
Source: 
Learn to Code iOS + Android Apps @ L.A.B.
Attendees: 
52
City: 
London

***Tickets via Eventbrite http://bit.ly/2prumOV Admission ONLY with Eventbrite Tickets***

Want to learn to programming, but don't know where to start?

Wondering what's the best programming language to learn in 2019?

Did you try to learn to code many times before, but it never really stuck?

Learning to program is hard, but with the right tools and techniques, you too can master one of the most marketable skills in 2018.

During this talk you will discover:

* A learning roadmap for how to become a full-stack web developer/mobile developer/data scientist.

* Proven techniques that have helped 100,000+ of our students get to grips with writing code, creating useful software, and also land developer jobs.

* Our tips and advice on how to free yourself from the 9 to 5 by working as a freelance developer.

* The latest tools and resources that will help you on your journey, including which programming language to learn in 2019.

* Tips to maximise productivity, motivation, and retention that will help you juggle your job and learning to code. So you can accomplish more with less.

Who is this talk for?

If you're working with developers, want to be a developer, want to make an iPhone app, program Microsoft Excel to do your job, run a Python script to train a neural net, or build a web application then this is the event for you!.

Your Speaker - Dr Angela Yu

Angela is a self-taught iOS and WatchOS developer fluent in Swift, Objective-C and Javascript. She worked as a doctor for a number of years until she realised her passion has always been with teaching and coding, which led to starting the L.A.B. To date, she helped over 100,000 students have for her online course. Other than code, her favourite things in life are coffee and beer.

Follow Angela on Twitter @yu_angela (twitter.com/yu_angela).

Schedule

6:30pm: Doors Open & Ticket Verification
7:00pm: Main Event
8:00pm: Question and Answer + Networking
8:30pm: Vacate Event Space

How to Find the Venue

The event will take place inside Central Working's Victoria offices. Please allow for some time to sign in with the building security team on arrival. The address is: Eccleston Yards, 25 Eccleston Pl, London SW1W 9NF and the closest tube is Victoria station.

Register over Eventbrite (http://bit.ly/2prumOV)

Central Working Victoria

Eccleston Yards, 25 Eccleston Pl