DawgBytes Processing Workshop
February 29, 2020 12:30 - 4:30
(Reccomended Grade Level 8-12)
In this workshop, students will learn the basics of computer programming in the Processing programming language. Students will learn fundamental computer science skills such as variable declaration, flow of control through a program, and simple graphics as they create a picture and animate it in various ways, using multiple types of user input. This workshop is designed with High School students in mind with no prior computer science experience.
We will have two sections of this workshop. Section 1 will be for novices (little to no prior experience). Section 2 will be for those who have attended one of our Processing workshops in the past or has prior Processing experience.
University of Washington Seattle Campus: Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering
Filling out this form is not a guarantee of space. You will receive an email prior to the workshop confirming your space in the workshop.
Which Session do you want? (they take place in the same building, at the same time)
Intro to Processing (for students who have had little to no experience)
Advanced Processing (for students who have taken our intro to processing or have had extensive prior experience)
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