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Code@Night with Git

At the next Code@Night on October 7th from 8pm ‘til late in the Butler iSpace (basement of Wu), we’re learning about version control and Git! (No experience required!). This is a great way to get started on personal projects and highly recommended if you want to work with open source projects, PAVE, and/or Video Game Society!

There will be pizza + board games!

First Code@Night!

Welcome back, ACM!

Get excited for the first Code@Night of the year! It’ll be this Friday, September 23rd in the Butler Innovation Space (Wu Basement), from 8pm ‘til late! We’ll be introducing what ACM is all about and doing some fun activities!

We’ll also have pizza, berries, chips, and other assorted snacks! :) Come on out!

Code@Night this Friday - Come learn JavaScript!

We’ve got the last Code@Night of the year this Friday April 22, 8pm ‘till late at the Butler Innovation Space! Come learn about JavaScript with our very own Richard Chu and Antony Toron! Join us in coding, board games, and eating yummie food, or bring your homework, readings, and personal projects to work on. Not sure what to major in? Come chat with upperclassmen to get some valuable insight. Here’s the description for the JavaScript class:

Come learn the basics of JavaScript by making your own Cookie Clicker game! You’ll be following along by writing JavaScript code and a little bit of HTML, and hopefully end up with a cool game that you can show to your friends. The game will involve implementing buttons, a menu interface, an updating score, images, and more. The topics that we will cover during the class include: HTML tags, variable and function declarations, using JavaScript to manipulate HTML elements, event handlers (such as handling button clicks), and anything else about the basics of JavaScript you may want to learn about.

And don’t forget to RSVP on the Facebook event page!

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