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Posted: Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Free Kids Coding Workshop: November 17

Faculty and students from the Data Science and Analytics Interdisciplinary Unit will host Bengal Code Day 2018, a free coding workshop for kids, on Saturday, November 17, from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. in Science and Mathematics Complex 393. Geared for students ages 10 to 14. Space is limited to 15 students. Advance registration is required. Parking is available in Lot I-37, off Iroquois Drive (adjacent to Route 198).

Kids will enjoy a free, fun, hands-on introduction to the use of Python. Students will learn basic features of this user-friendly, multipurpose computer coding language and expand their knowledge of programming and data in an interactive setting with friends.

  • Coding is the hottest topic in every academic and professional field.
  • Python is the fastest-growing programming language in data science.
  • No experience is needed!

For more information, please contact Joaquin Carbonara, professor of mathematics, (716) 878-6423.

Submitted by: Diane J Marra
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