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Java for begin­ners for refugees and migrants

Wednesday, 8 May 2024
18:00 -19:30
Friday, 10 May 2024
18:00 -19:30
Monday, 13 May 2024
18:00 -19:30
Tuesday, 14 May 2024
18:00 -19:30
Wednesday, 15 May 2024
18:00 -19:30
Thursday, 16 May 2024
18:00 -19:30
Friday, 17 May 2024
18:00 -19:30

Java is one of the most impor­tant pro­gram­ming lan­guages in the world.

EduRef at KIT offers a free begin­ners course in Java pro­gram­ming for refugees and migrants!

You will receive a cer­tifi­cate at the end of the course.

For detailed descrip­tion of the course click here

Dates: 7 Evenings, from 08.05.2024 to 17.05.2024 / 18–19:30 h.

As part of the EduRef course offer­ing, we offer refugees and oth­er migrants a free intro­duc­tion into the world of pro­gram­ming. But why should you learn pro­gram­ming at all? The share of IT in Ger­man eco­nom­ic out­put is high­er than the share of the auto­mo­tive indus­try. Pro­gram­ming is becom­ing more and more impor­tant, as most career starters need a basic under­stand­ing of IT.

For our cours­es we use the pro­gram­ming lan­guage Java. It can be used very flex­i­bly and is plat­form inde­pen­dent. Nev­er­the­less, it is easy to learn and thus, for exam­ple, is also taught in the first semes­ter of the study pro­grams Com­put­er Sci­ence, Indus­tri­al Engi­neer­ing and Mechan­i­cal Engi­neer­ing at KIT.

We cov­er the fol­low­ing topics:

- Vari­ables
— Calculations
— Comments
— Input and output
— If-/else- conditions
— Loops
— Arrays

With these top­ics we want to give you a basic under­stand­ing of an object-ori­ent­ed pro­gram­ming lan­guage. We learn to write our own sim­ple pro­grams. In addi­tion, the course offers a good
oppor­tu­ni­ty to exchange ideas with oth­er par­tic­i­pants and tutors. The course ends with a social event.

Pre­vi­ous knowl­edge in pro­gram­ming is not required.

Reg­is­ter here!

Target group: (for refugees and migrants)
This event is gratis
Delong Chen / Yannick
EduRef — Karl­sruher Insti­tut für Tech­nolo­gie (KIT)
Kaiser­straße 89, 76133 Karl­sruhe