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Studierende in den Seminarräumen des O-Gebäudes, Foto: Universität Paderborn, Fotografin: Judith Kraft Show image information

Studierende in den Seminarräumen des O-Gebäudes, Foto: Universität Paderborn, Fotografin: Judith Kraft

LZI Workshop: Web-development

Dear college students,
this is a 6-day workshop. It will start on a Friday with an approximately 3-hour introductory event and then continue in the following week. There will be a 90-minute event everyday with input and feedback for you (see below). Then you will be "left alone" with tasks that you should solve until the next day. This way, you will (step by step) develop a web solution.
The number of participants is limited to 16. If the date is fixed and I request your registration, please consider the above conditions before you try get a seat. The 'application' is then made online and within, your previous knowledge is also queried.

Date:semester break, week-long workshop in March 2018
Title:Web-development using the example of a study planner
Lecturer:Tobias Mönnig, Steffen Kiefert

Within the framework of a one-week workshop, you will get to know the essential areas of web development and implement them independently on an individual web-based study planner. On each day, a 90-minute teaching session is held, in which the theoretical content is conveyed and tasks are distributed. The task can then be processed independently during the day and is reworked together at the beginning of the next theory unit. The self-programmed study planer will be subjected to continuous progress monitoring and, if necessary, jointly optimized. After the workshop, you will be able to transfer the learned knowledge to other areas of web development.

You'll learn what future-oriented web technologies are and how they can be applied practically using a customizable web application. The basics presented here can be transferred to other fields of web development.

Target groups
Students of Computer Science (Bachelor/Master);
Students of Business Computer Science (Bachelor/Master)

Basic knowledge in HTML, CSS and object-oriented programming is an advantage

Contents of the workshop 

  • General Introduction to Web Technologies
  • Programming languages: HTML5, CSS3, PHP, MySQL, JavaScript
  • Introduction and use of the PHP framework Laravel
  • Creation of mobile-optimized web applications with Twitter Bootstrap
  • Planning and programming of an individual web-based study planer

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