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Learn to code in Sydney CBD

Coding and Programming courses at Sydney Community College. Choose from Java , HTML & CSS , Python and Android Apps

Learn to code in Sydney CBD

Coding and Programming courses at Sydney Community College. Choose from Java , HTML & CSS , Python and Android Apps

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Learn How to Make an App - Android

Learn to code Learn how to create Android Apps in Sydney. Is the next killer app yours? Turn your ideas into reality! App development for Android provides you with access to millions of potential customers. This course shows you Best Practice Design Principles and a solid knowledge of how mobile apps need to be structured so your app can stand a solid bashing out in the market place. You already need to be competent programmers in Java applications. If you don’t have Java sign up... [More]

Learn HTML and CSS

Learn HTML & CSS programming language to create webpages in Sydney. In this face-to-face HTML class you will learn how to grab the bull by its TAGs and make your web pages work. Hypertext Markup Language is still the most used way of setting up webpages. Whether you want to develop a site for personal use or present your organisation to the World. Now at HTML5 and coupled with Cascading Style Sheet V3 a first time developer needs to understand the basics before moving onto a... [More]

Learn Java

Java programming class in Sydney. Before Java there was C and C++ - Since the turn of the millennium Java has been either number 1 or 2 in the most used language surveys. With Version 8 it is still a fresh language that promotes practicality as well as being scalable with high performance and reliability. Before you try Client/Server programming with Java Enterprise Edition or the Micro Editon for mobile devices or Java Card for embedded code in chips you need to cover the... [More]

Learn Python

Python class in Sydney CBD. Python is a widely used high-level programming language for general-purpose programming , created by Guido van Rossum and first released in 1991. An interpreted language, Python has a design philosophy that emphasizes code readability (notably using whitespace indentation to delimit code blocks rather than curly brackets or keywords), and a syntax that allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code than might be used in languages such as... [More]