Build websites in 6 weeks.
The Internet is here to stay
Let's learn it together!
If words like "HTML", "div", or "Code" scare you, then Web Camp is for you.
Join Web Camp and in 6 weeks you’ll be on your way to becoming a bona fide web programmer.
No more hiding in your tent. (Or behind Dreamweaver) It's time to learn to read and write code.
Learn to build websites by reading and writing HTML & CSS.
Who Should Attend?
- Graphic Designers who don’t know code.
- Entrepreneurs with an website idea.
- Students interested in the web.
- Project Managers who manage programmers.
- People who want to work from home.
Why Should I learn?
Don't rely on Somebody else for basic web tasks.
Learn to do them yourself.
What will I learn?
- How to make a static brochure website
- Professional Web Tools (Sublime Text & Chrome Web Inspector)
- The web languages, HTML and CSS
- How to post sites online (Domains & Hosting)
- Ability to edit styling in popular sites like Tumblr and WordPress
- Comfort in embedding api content from sites like Wufoo
- Know how to work with a dev team
Hear that bell ringing?
It's not for dinner...
it's time to learn to code.
6 Week format
Subject to change
- Overview of the web
- Layers of the web
- Code Tools
- Elements, attributes, tags (EAT)
- Block and inline elements
- Some noise - doctype, head, body
- The Box Model
- Styling w/ CSS
- Developer Tools
- Divs, spans, wrappers
- HTTP Overview
- CSS layouts using floats, and overflow
- CSS positioning types
- The DOM
- Next steps
Learn to read and write code like the pros.
People often confuse Web Camp with other outdoor camps.
We are not referring to the Canoe Storage Shed when we say "CSS".
We do not use tags for marking bears
Thunder & lightning are not elements we ever refer to.
Meet your instructor
Dave is a professional web developer who loves teaching people how to code. He started coding after he realized that the Internet is here to stay. He attended Starter League and subsequently started Web Camp to help people learn how to communicate through this amazing medium.
It's like learning Spanish
Learning to code is similar to learning a foreign language. Speed your education with a personal guide.
Dave's teaching style is from a non-technical perspective. As a result, coding becomes really accessible really fast.".
I used to think that learning HTML was beyond my realm of understanding. After only a few hours with Dave, my misconceptions started to fall to the wayside as a sense of clarity and empowerment emerged.
There's more opportunity in Internetland than there is in America.
What do I need to start?
Desire, commitment, and a laptop.
(No hatchets required.)
- Interactive lectures
- After-class 'study hall'.
- Homework assignments
Two Class Schedules (Pick one)
- Tuesday and Thursday nights, from 6pm - 8pm.
- Saturday Morning, from 8am - 11am.
Enroll for $840
First class: Tuesday, September 17 at 6pm.
Learn to read and write html & css!
Where is Web Camp?
Web Camp is located in Boulder, Colorado.
Though we are not an outdoor camp, we can appreciate that HTML happens to also represent the four key elements to wilderness survival.
(Hatchet, Tent, Matches, Logs)