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CID, Computer Science Partnering on Summer Coding Classes

By: Brady W Moore   Published 4:32 pm / April 20, 2016

Want to learn how to code, build your own mobile app or just hone your technology skills? The College of Innovation and Design and the Department of Computer Science are offering a “summer of technology,” bringing together students, industry professionals and anyone who thinks the summer is a perfect time to learn something new.

Classes will be held evenings downtown at Trailhead, Boise’s premier start-up hub, and will run twice weekly for seven weeks. Course fees will include a summer membership to Trailhead and access to its events and amenities.

Classes are open to students and the community through Extended Studies and no prior coding experience is necessary. Just bring a laptop and a desire to learn. An information session will be held at Trailhead from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 28, with a course instructor available to answer any questions.

You can learn more about the classes being offered and register on the College of Innovation and Design’s summer of technology website.