Computer Science Principles Lab: JavaScript

Created by: Doug Winnie

Produced in 2016

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Course Description

Take coding from theory to practice with our Computer Science Principles Labs. This hands-on lab gives you a chance to experiment with JavaScript, one of the most popular languages for web programming. JavaScript's ease of use, cross-platform compatibility, and many free coding tools make it a great choice for new programmers. Building on the lessons in the Computer Science Principles series, this course shows how to apply concepts such as variables, functions, conditions, loops, and arrays directly to the JavaScript language. Download the free exercise files and follow along with series instructor Doug Winnie as he breaks down the syntax and shows JavaScript in action.

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Instructor Details

Doug Winnie

Doug Winnie is a principal staff author and technology education evangelist at LinkedIn.

His focus as an educator is on computer science, beginner programming topics, and related technology fields. At LinkedIn, Lynda.com, Adobe, and numerous other companies, Doug has worked to help developers and designers through education, product management, and interactive development. Doug has been nominated twice for Webby Awards for interactive projects for Industrial Light and Magic, and has written multiple publications to teach beginners how to code.

When Doug isn't teaching programming and technology, he is an avid gamer, app developer, and weightlifter, and plays hockey and lacrosse. Doug lives in San Francisco, California. He can be reached at @sfdesigner on Twitter, linkedin.com/in/sfdesigner on LinkedIn, and at his website at www.dougwinnie.com.

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