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Coding for Beginners | Build Your Own Murder Mystery Game with HTML & CSS

April 27, 2022
6:30 pm ET/3:30 pm PT
90 minutes

Are you obsessed with whodunnits? Love to Code? Then this workshop is for you! Join Flatiron School for our murder mystery & code workshop.

Ready to figure out whodunit? Who doesn’t love a murder mystery party, after all? All of the fun solving a crime with… none of the crime. Join Flatiron School as one of our lead Software Engineer instructors walks us through building an interactive murder mystery game. 

You'll learn the basic building blocks of a website, how to style them, and how to peek at what’s going on under the hood in your browser. No previous coding experience needed. You will leave with the core concepts of HTML, CSS and some Javascript and ALL of  your work will be online in a platform that will allow you to code along with your instructor and continue to work on after you leave! 

What You’ll Learn

In this fast-paced interactive session, you will:

  • Use the Javascript console in Chrome to run some simple code, right from the get go
  • Modify live web pages using Chrome DevTools
  • Develop websites with HTML, CSS, and JS at a beginner level
  • HTML: Tags, elements, and attributes
  • CSS: Using selectors to style your website via colors, borders, and sizes
  • JS: Some simple Javascript commands so you can feel like a real pro, and take your first baby steps in web development and software engineering

Who is the workshop for?

No experience is required to attend! This is a no-strings-attached opportunity for you to gain knowledge about web development and find out if software engineering is something you’re passionate about. Just show up, and learn something new!

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