Angelo State University Department of Computer Science will be holding their annual ASU Code Camp for junior high and high school students on June 17th-21st, 2019. The camp will be hosted at ASU campus in the Mathematics-Computer Science (MCS) Building at 2200 Dena Drive. The five-day camp will run from 8:30-11:30 a.m. each day, and will directed by Dr. William Wolfe, professor of computer science. The camp is open for up to 100 students interested in coding and computer science. Registration is now open!
About the Camp
The camp participants will have the opportunity to learn design, implement and test computer code using the Java programming language and the Unity 3D Game Engine. They will also be taught the basics of computer science as they work individually and in groups to implement various applications. No experience is required, but basic keyboarding skills are necessary. Students who have attend the program in the past or have prior programming experience will have the opportunity to to work on more advanced projects.
We are excited to be sponsoring the ASU Code Camp again this year. As a technology company, we enjoy fostering an appreciation for software development within the San Angelo community. We believe that every student should have the possibility to advance their knowledge and learn vital computer skills to advance their abilities in a technology-driven world. With that said, this years ASU Code camp is free with advance registration! The online registration form is now available at www.angelo.edu/code-camp. The TimeClock Plus sponsorship covers campers’ attendance fees, course materials, T-shirts and expert volunteers. We look forward to seeing the future of San Angelo there!
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