Workshops Taught

Web Design

Students learned to create the front-end component of mobile-responsive web applications, using the Bootstrap framework.

JavaScript

Students will learn the difference between relational and document databases, as well as work within the Mongo shell.

JavaScript 2

Students learn how to perform OO in JavaScript with both the Prototype Pattern and the Pseudo-Classical/Constructor Pattern.

MongoDB

Students will learn the difference between relational and document databases, as well as work within the Mongo shell.

Ember.js

Students learn how to build ambitious web applications that power everything from Twitch.tv to Apple Music.

Angular.js

Students learn how to quickly build full-featured web applications with this important JavaScript framework.

Node.js

Students learn the basics of Node.js - a lightweight JavaScript-based platform - and how to build a simple web application.

MEAN Stack

Students discover how to build lightning-fast data-driven applications, as well as test, secure and deploy your code.

Vue.js

Students learn how to explore this framework by working with libraries, templates, classes, objects, arrays, and styles.

React.js

Students explore different components of this application to build their own native iOS and Android apps.

Backbone.js

Students learn to build with less code in order to achieve the same complex functionality of a more sophisticated web framework.

Ethical Hack

Students learn how to offensively protect, defend, assess and forensic an incident response process for wired, wireless and mobile communications.