(AUSTIN) Learn to Code: JavaScript Functions & Scope


At this workshop you will solidify your understanding of Functions and Scope in JavaScript, furthering your knowledge of fundamental JavaScript.

You’ll learn how to tackle some of the biggest challenges faced by those learning JavaScript. This is a highly interactive course that uses exercises and projects to drive home these JavaScript Fundamentals. You will finish this workshop with an in-depth knowledge of one of the most important aspects of the language.

Instructor: Christopher Angelkos, Software Engineer at The Home Depot and Hack Reactor Alumni Chris is from Panama City, Panama and used to work as a Networking and IT Engineer for the Panama Canal. In October 2017 he moved to Austin TX and started studying at Hack Reactor to transition his career to JavaScript, he graduated from cohort 23, in January 2017. He enjoys Teaching JS and playing the guitar.

RSVP Here –> https://js-functions-scope.eventbrite.com

Topics covered:

How to compose and use functions in JavaScript

The mechanics of functions in JavaScript

How local and global scoping works

How the scope chain affects how you build JavaScript programs

Who this workshop is for:

This workshop is for beginners with approximately 2+ weeks of JavaScript experience. Students should have a familiarity with variables, types if statements and loops. Our free JavaScript 101 workshop can help you learn this material or jump into our online free prep resources.

Location: Galvanize is located at the northeast corner of 2nd Street and Nueces Street.

What to bring:

Students will need to bring their own laptops! Windows, Mac or Linux will do it!

RSVP Here –> https://js-functions-scope.eventbrite.com

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