DaVinci Coders launching new JavaScript beginner course starting April 13

By: InnovatioNews Monday February 16, 2015 0 comments Tags: DaVinci Coders, DaVinci Institute, JavaScript, Louisville, Thomas Frey


DaVinci Institute logoLOUISVILLE - DaVinci Coders, an offshoot of the education-based nonprofit DaVinci Institute, announced a new beginner level programming course in JavaScript launching April 13.

The 11-week course is an addition to DaVinci Coders' current programming offerings.

The primary mission of DaVinci Coders is to help people enter the coding profession, according to Thomas Frey, DaVinci Institute founder and executive director.

"Demand for new talent in this field is overwhelming," Frey said. "With JavaScript being in the top 10 most-in-demand programming languages and the easiest for beginners to learn, it's an excellent entry point for beginners."

Cost of the course is $6,000, and some students may be eligible for the Colorado WIA Workforce Program for unemployed and under-employed workers.

Classes begin April 13 and will be held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening at the DaVinci Institute, 511 S. Boulder Road, in Louisville.

For more information, contact Jan Wagner at 303-666-4133.

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