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- Intro to Git
- Introduction to Linux
- Using the Co-Lab APIs
Also, weekly drop-in Studio Sessions offer popular topics. Go to https://colab.duke.edu/roots for information and updates.
Interested in learning some technical skills? Maybe you want to build an app, but don’t know where to start? The Innovation Co-Lab is now offering a variety of technology courses through our new Roots program. Roots is open to participants of all skill levels. Coming up this month, we will be offering various courses in web and app development, 3D printing for prototyping, and learning to use GitHub. Check out our website for a full course listing: www.colab.duke.edu/roots
The Innovation Co-Lab is a creativity incubator focused on helping students experiment, learn and build with technology. The best way to get started is to take one of our Roots classes. Below is a list of some of our upcoming classes for the first month or so of the semester. Classes are open to any student, faculty, or staff. Check back next month for additional classes or get full details at colab.duke.edu
Introduction to Front End Development: HTML & CSS
Wed, Jan 27, 5:30-9 p.m.
Ruby on Rails Workshop
Mon, Wed, Thu, Feb 1, 3, 4 (multi-day workshop), 6-8:30 p.m.
Wed, Feb 3, 2-5 p.m.
iOS 1 – Intro to Swift and iOS Development
Thu, Feb 11, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The Innovation Co-Lab is looking to fill three student positions for the fall – Technical Consultant, Multimedia Storyteller, and Marketing Consultant. If you’re interested in these positions, check out the full job descriptions on DukeList at the links below:
Duke students spent the weekend exploring a box full of idea-generating technology, courtesy of the Innovation Co-Lab. The BetaBox, a “mobile creativity lab” developed by the startup Betaversity, is the size of a shipping crate and contains a range of high-tech tools to help students develop ideas for products and innovations. Read more in the Duke Chronicle.