Web Coding Club challenges student skills

One of Lincoln’s newest clubs offers students an opportunity to learn computer programming.   The Web Coding club is open to students of all grade levels and experience levels and draws from a successful year last year at West Sylvan Middle School.

“It’s very enjoyable,” said freshman Armand Yazdani.  For beginners, a self-paced interactive Internet learning program combined with one-on-one instruction from senior members teaches the basics of coding.  More experienced members can work on the year-long project the club has been tasked with – creating an app for administrators that would greatly decrease the time and hassle of buying tickets to school dances.

“We already learned many skills in the club [last year], so we’re excited to put them into use,” said vice president Charlie Pahl.  The club meets on Wednesdays at lunch and Thursdays after school from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Rm. 223.  All interested students are encouraged to attend on a drop-in basis.  “It will really expand your opportunities for the future,” Yazdani said.

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