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CodeSB

Time: August 8, 2018 at 2pm to August 22, 2018 at 4:30pm
Location: Tech Lab, Santa Barbara Central Library
Street: 40 E. Anapamu St.
City/Town: Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Website or Map: https://www.santabarbaraca.go…
Event Type: coding, library, young, adults
Organized By: Santa Barbar Library System
Latest Activity: Aug 4

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Central Library
Main Level - Tech Lab
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Interested in Coding? Interested in initiating change in your community? 

CodeSB is a unique, project-based program where the participants will participate in the development, design, construction, and implementation of a mobile application meant to address a topic in the community that the cohort members select over the course of 6 weeks. This program will mimic the experience of an agile development team. This program is designed for young adults. 

High-beginner to intermediate coding experience is necessary to participate. 
(link is external)This initiative sponsored by Google to promote computer science (CS) and computational thinking among youth.  CodeSB is a part of ALA’s ongoing Libraries Ready to Code. 
Santa Barbara Public Library System was one of 28 libraries selected to get grant funding for a coding program that helps to attract underrepresented populations to computer science classes. 
Event Type(s): Youth Program, Library Program
Age Group(s): Teens
Cassidy Charles
(805) 962-7653

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