Staples High School Grad Offers Free Virtual Coding Class!

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Learn to code!

Fairfield County resident and graduate of Staples High School ’92, Mark Lassoff, is teaching virtual classes on coding, digital design, and development to anyone who wants to learn a few new skills, free of charge.

The Framework TV COVID-19 Code Camp offers interactive lessons four times a week, during which participants are assigned an application project to learn platforms like Google Maps, JavaScript, and Python, among others.

This is a great opportunity for college students, teens, or adolescents looking for an activity to fill time they may have otherwise spent in an internship or summer job, given the circumstances. All participants are welcome and no prior experience is required.  

Visit Mark’s website to learn more about the classes and sign-up for camp.

Thank you, Mark, for creating an accessible, educational platform open to all eager to learn!

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