Web Development Workshop provides opportunity for tech growth in Omaha

July 1, 2017

The AIM Institute is hosting a free workshop to teach web development skills to students of all backgrounds, ranging from new to professional web developers, using the curriculum from, a hands-on learning approach. Sandi Barr and Andrew Neely, who worked with the related Nebraska JavaScript Conference that concludes this Friday in Omaha, said the goal of the Nodeschool workshop is to introduce more people to the emerging tech community in Omaha by eliminating barriers and providing training in web development and other online skills.

Nodeschool Omaha pairs beginners with mentors who will teach basic programming concepts with JavaScript, giving new developers access to run their code on any browser in the world. Beginners also can start to experiment with other web tools, such as Git and GitHub.

The free workshop is part of the Nebraska JavaScript Conference (NEJS), which connects local tech talent to learning opportunities through career development and educational programs that are in high demand and are central to the AIM Institute’s mission. Lunch will be provided free of charge and is sponsored by Agape Red.

Saturday, July 22, 2017
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

AIM Brain Exchange
1902 Howard St.
Omaha, NE 68102