DMA SNAPshot: Getting Ready for the ‘Hour of Code’

By Phill Powell

Something special is happening this coming week, across the nation.

It’s the “Hour of Code,” a national program sponsored by Code.org and endorsed by Digital Media Academy, and supported by DMA staff.

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Learning how to code unlocks worlds of programming opportunities…

The Hour of Code was designed to spark national interest in programming among kids and teens, and to show them how easy and fun coding really is. Here are some DMA SNAPshot photos of our students and instructors working with code this past summer:

GETTING RIGHT TO THE POINT

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DMA instructors make sure each student masters the core concepts of coding.

LEARNING TO PROCESS PROCESSING

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Processing is an incredibly useful programming language – just one of several DMA offers courses in.

BUDS 4 LIFE

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DMA also offers online programming courses, with courses arranged around your schedule.

SIGN HER UP

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Java’s behind many hot games and apps. No wonder our Java programming camps are popular!

SPECIAL GUESTS!

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Our girls programming courses get guest speakers, like DreamWorks software engineer Iris Cheung.

Get More Out of Your Summer…and your Holidays
Learning how to code is a great skill – one that can come in handy in school and in the working world.

Digital Media Academy summer programming camps can give you the support you need as you encounter new concepts that need to be mastered.

And right now is the best time to register for Summer 2016 camps and courses at DMA, because of our Holidays Savings Season special, which saves you $100 off each camp registration through Dec. 21st.

Learning programming is great, and DMA makes it a snap. See you next summer!