By Archibong Jeremiah
TechShack has concluded plan to hold second edition of Calabar Coding Class.
Coordinator of the hub, Ubong Ekanem told this reporter that the training is targeted at instilling basic coding knowledge in Cross Riverians with a view to preparing them for a digitalized future.
The two weeks training is self-paced and only require intending participants to have adequate knowledge of secondary school mathematics and exposure to pre-calculus is will also be an added advantage.
About the course:
Basic concepts of computer programming are introduced, starting with the notion of an algorithm.
Emphasis is on developing the ability to write programs to solve practical computational problems.
*Elements of C/C++ programming languages
*Basic data types
*Sequential and conditional execution
*Arrays, matrices and their applications
*Function, sorting and searching
*Elements of string processing
*Introduction to pointers
*Basics of Software Engineering
Learners will read and understand many sample programs, and will have to write several on their own.
This course deals with basic programming, and sets the foundation for solid programming practices for beginners.
TechShack has engaged some of the best young minds who have themselves created solutions that are in the market already.
The team of instructors are from different parts of the country and resident in Calabar.
Organizers of the training also assured that it will be holding in conducive and comfortable classes, with uninterrupted power and WiFi.
Top notch security with CCTV monitoring, courteous support staff and instructors.
i. You will Receive an instructor-signed certificate with the institution’s logo to verify your achievement and increase your job prospects.
ii. Add the certificate to your CV or resume, or post it directly on LinkedIn.
iii. The certificate gives you an additional incentive to grow interest and move higher in the course.
NGN65,000 per participant.
Enrolment is ongoing and interested persons from Cross River should click here.
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