B'more Awesome

Beginning HTML & CSS July 25th, 2012

What?

This B'more Awesome event will be a one-day class on HTML & CSS. We're going to start from the very beginning, so if you've never made a web site before, that's ok! It's going to be a guided hands-on workshop where Nick Gauthier will take you through building a web site with modern techniques

When?

July 25th, 2012, 9:30am - 4:30pm

Where?

Figure53 headquarters: 2443 Maryland Ave.

How Much?

$120. Seriously. This is Baltimore!

Schedule

On the day of the class, we will:

Prerequisites

Before taking this class, you should:

Testimonials

“This HTML 5 CSS training was excellent! I learned a lot! Nick was a great presenter and very patient. He understood all of my questions even though I had inadequate vocabulary for the subject matter and had answers for them. I highly recommend B'more Awesome!!”
— Amy McClure
“I left the class with some great references to continue learning on my own and a solid foundation in the basics of HTML5 and CSS3.”
— Dave Colson
“What an AWESOME experience! I came into the day with basically no knowledge of how to build a website and left with not only my first website, but enough knowledge and understanding to begin to build my OWN site for my business which I have been avoiding for ages. I am now SO excited to get it underway! Can't wait for the next level of classes to be offered!”
— Amy Freese, Stonehouse Design
“Nick Gauthier is an AWESOME and patient instructor! ”
— Nicolette
“Great class for beginners or anyone who wants to brush up on their web skills. Can't wait for the next installment!”
— Katie
“I really liked Nick's teaching style of explaining what each line of code meant and making sure all students understood before moving on. Other classes I've been to simply have you copy and paste code and at the end of the day you wonder how you made what you did, but with Nick's approach I feel like I actually understand how to read code better. I also like his suggestions of websites we can reference in the future to keep exploring and learning new tricks even after the class is over.”