Free Crash Course: Java!

Paid parking is available in the building’s garage located off of State St. in between Woodward Ave. and Griswold St. 

Note: This is a true intro to coding class. No previous programming experience required! If you’re a programmer by profession, this crash course is not for you.

During this crash course, we’ll explore some of the most basic and universal programming concepts. We’ll use everyday activities and real-life examples to demonstrate common structure such as If/Then/Else statements and different kinds of loops. We’ll also try to take the mystery out of variables and why computers are so picky.

What You’ll Need:

Laptop that is WiFi capable. 

Laptops are required to participate in the course, however, observers are always welcome as well! Even if you don’t have a laptop, you’ll still learn a lot!

No extra software is required. We’ll use some interactive online resources to save time, as well as avoid system requirements.

Your Presenter:

Erin Bergman is a Java developer, former Iron Yard instructor, and Grand Circus bootcamp alumni.  

About the Iron Yard:

The Iron Yard is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing code schools. It exists to create real, lasting change for people, companies and communities through technology education. The school offers full-time programs in Back-End Engineering, Front-End Engineering, Mobile Engineering, Design and Data Science. The Iron Yard has 21 campuses in the U.S.  For more information, visit

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