Community chapters are groups of Codecademy learners that come together to study, host events and learn! These events are totally free and open to anyone in the community. All hosted online.
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Summer Relaunch It's time to get back into the groove of things by immersing ourselves in technology yet again. This is your chance to shape the direction of a new group. Rather you are an introvert, extrovert, or somewhere in between, this group is for you. Let's unlock and demystify some of the biggest trends in tech, such as Blockchain, Crypto, Automation, Cyber Defense, and the future of AI
Continuing from SQL I We have a Guest who is and accomplished IT Professional: Sandeep Mehra and his LinkedIn is https://www.linkedin.com/in/smehra2 I will ask him three questions and he will ask me some too. We will be open to questions from the attendees. I will provide another PowerPoint PDF of the code involved in Learn SQL Course offered at Codecademy. A Word Document as well.
Every possible Monday for anyone who want to, to have an hour of study online with a group of people you can ask questions and share ideas with. This week we're going to o something a little different and take a little bit of that time to reflect on our goals the we set last month and the rest of the session will be dedicated to pair programming.
Study sessions with the University of Notre Dame chapter return for the summer! The idea of the study sessions is to set yourself a goal and tackle it in a social and supportive environment that also encourages accountability. We'll chat at the beginning, study independently for 40-45 minutes, and finish up by recapping the session.
Join us for a conversation with Rob Meyer, a senior developer at Autobooks, about his self-taught learn to code journey.
In 2008, a pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto published a white paper outlining a digital currency, secured by something called the blockchain. If you attended our Blockchain Properties 101 session you are now aware of what a blockchain is.
Got a project or lesson that's stressing you out but you really gotta finish it? Come join CFI for 30 minutes of an uninterrupted study hall where we will first vent our curse our coding challenges then work on a project or lesson together!
Meet and Greet
Learn why the Scrum framework for software development is so popular, what it's for, and what you need to do to start using it.
It's no news that Python programming language is one of the most popular and widely used language on earth. The challenge of most developers, especially beginners, is lack of clear or defined roadmap. Learn how you can earn and build a career with Python. In this event, our guest, Osazeme Usen would join us to explore possible career paths/roadmap with the knowledge of Python programming. Join us!
Seoul Chapter presents: 10 arguments for deleting your social media accounts right now | watch review discuss | 40 mins |
This short meetup is part watch party, part book review, part community discussion. Join us for an interactive session and let us take a closer look at Jaron Lanier's work, '10 arguments for deleting your social media accounts right now'.
Our first meetup discussing the utility of the python programming language for teaching high school physics.