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Web Development Mini-Camp

Ever wanted to know what’s under the hood of a modern website–or build one yourself? Your favorite websites use complex, interesting technology to give users a great online experience. In the Web Development Mini-Camp, you’ll dig deeply into those technologies to talk about how the web works. Using a virtual webserver, you’ll:

  • Create your own WordPress-based website
  • Get a feel for the Linux command line
  • Explore the database at the heart of modern websites
  • Learn tools and techniques used by professional web developers
  • …and more

Attendee Information

Any registrant 12 or older is welcome to attend. However, this is an intermediate-to-advanced-level event, so attendees should already have a basic grasp of computer terminology and skills. For instance, attendees should know how to:

  • Use the keyboard and mouse comfortably
  • Navigate and manage a computer’s files and folders
  • Copy and paste
  • Easily navigate well-designed websites
  • Quickly and reliably access their email
  • Navigate with tabs in a modern Web browser
  • Use essential technology terms such as “hard drive” and “download” correctly

Attendees should plan to attend all five sessions.

The Web Development Mini-Camp will take place in the technology classrooms on the 3rd floor of the Main Library. You can register on this page, or via email (digital@cals.org) or phone (501-918-3068).

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Date and Time

June 24 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
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Five weekday morning sessions, June 24-28