Build Web Applications

All events take place at the Downtown library in the third floor training center and are open to adults and teens. Registration is not required. and classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis and the classroom will open at 11:45 am. If you want to use your own laptop, we'll simulcast the class in an overflow space for observers and laptop users. Basic computer experience is required. See you in class!

Building Web Applications with Python I - Discuss the basics of web sites, web servers, and modern web applications. Learn how to build applications in Python using Google App Engine. Build a web application and deploy it to Google's servers.
Monday July 29, 2013: 12:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Building Web Applications with Python II - Builds on the Building Web Applications with Python I class.
Wednesday July 31, 2013: 12:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Check out these books in our collection:
Sams teach yourself HTML, CSS, and JavaScript all in one
More Python programming for the absolute beginner
Essential app engine : building high-performance Java apps with Google App engine

Comments

Sounds Interesting


Computer language... so confusing. I have a blog and I have no idea what these things mean.


I want to learn about computer stuff.


I may have to see if I can adjust my work schedule for a few of these. I recently completed a coursera course on Python; can I get more info about what is covered in each session so I know where I should insert myself?


I just now 7:42 saw a rainbow! it was so pretty! did you people see it? tell me!


Never heard of Python before.


I wish I was more technically inclined.


Good to know


I'm trying to work up the nerve to attend these classes...


For all the techies...


Sounds good. I wish I can attend this but I can't. It clashes with Pokemonday and Angry Birds. My kids have already made plans :/


Can you explain the Skype Simulcast? Can folks follow from home?


Hi. No, unfortunately, you cannot follow along from home. The simulcast is offered in an overflow room on the third floor. You'll find course tutorials http://www.aadl-workspace.info.


enriching and informative.


looks good


I plan to check it out