Tired of watching online tutorials? Don't sit down with a big book and pretend you're learning how to code. Coding is a powerful skill to have, but it might take some time to grok, and it can be quite challenging if you're just starting.
Join a class of friendly professionals and improve your technical skills. Whether you are a project manager, a journalist, a graphic designer or someone who is interested in computer programming, come join Coderwave and learn how the web and computers work.
Why should you learn to code? We live in a world where computers are everywhere. Inside your pockets, at home, at work. Learn how to master and understand the tools of the 21st century.
Excellent session. It was thoroughly enjoyable, interesting, engaging and most importantly,
I think it will be very useful in our interactions with our colleagues in dev in the business.
Marcus Ferguson Jones Commercial Director at Media Ingenuity Ltd
For someone who had zero experience in the world of coding, the workshop provided a brilliant insight the basics of HTML, CSS and Ruby. Within a matter of hours I had mastered how to use these applications to develop my own mobile responsive webpage! An insightful and enjoyable course that I’d recommend to all coding newbies.
Hannah Roberts Digital Marketing Exec at Inspiring Interns
Coderwave provided me with the basic understanding I needed to communicate with my developers in a more efficient way, understand their challenges and ultimately become a tighter team. Rosario is enthusiastic, patient, and very knowledgeable.
Fernando Ripolles CEO & co-founder at Hiyalife.com
About the tutor: Rosario Rascuna is a freelance software developer. He has worked with several startups in Brighton and London. He's the developer of the London Startup Map - Roundabout.io . You can find him on Twitter @_sarhus and also Google+.
Coderwave is at W214 Westminster Business Square 1-45, Durham St. London SE11 5JH, close to Vauxhall Tube station. You can find it on Google Maps.