‘Hour Of Code’ Presented By Code School & The Melrose Center

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‘Hour Of Code’ Presented By Code School & The Melrose Center
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Code School says
Hour of Code is an international effort by Code.org to inspire K-12 students and adults to code for just one hour during Computer Science Education Week (December 7–13). Through interactive tutorials available in 40 different languages, participants are invited to try computer programming for just one hour. Code School and the Dorothy Lumley Melrose Center will host an Orlando, FL ‘Hour of Code’ event at the Orlando Public Library on December 8 from 4-7PM. In addition to self-guided tutorials on provided computers, local technology leaders will present talks, developers will walk participants through coding instruction, and interactive coding games will be available to young children.

All attendees that participate in a coding tutorial will be entered to win a prize.

Sign up for a class at: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/hour-of-code-tickets-19732690007

Parking: we will validate 2 hours of parking for all attendees that park in the library garage. Please bring your parking ticket with you and get a voucher from our welcome table at the entrance to the Melrose Center.

Bring a laptop and headphones if you are able. There will be limited computer stations at the Melrose Center.
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