March 13, 2018 > Coder fair shows how apps are created
Coder fair shows how apps are created
Submitted By Luis Lopez-Echeto
Are you curious to know how coding languages make popular devices like smartphones, tablets and videogames work? Mark your calendar for Sunday, March 18. That?s the date the Coder School is hosting its Seasonal Coder Fair on its Fremont campus at 39370 Paseo Padre Parkway, Suite G. During the 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. event, free and open to the public, students and teachers at the school will share and explain how they create original and clever coding creations for apps.
Visitors are invited to stay and learn about the school?s year-round programs aimed at youngsters between the ages of 8 and 18. The school offers various Code Coaching programs for various skill levels and focusing on topics from building project portfolios, task, management and presentation skills and game development.
In addition to teaching popular coding languages such as Python, Java and Scratch, instructors ensure that students feel empowered and learn other real-life skills such as teamwork and collaboration skills. For more information, visit fremont.thecoderschool.com.
Seasonal Coder Fair
Sunday, March 18
2 p.m. -- 4 p.m.
39370 Civic Center Drive, Suite G, Fremont