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Game Maker Lite

Learn how to make computer games with no coding skills.

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Date: 25 Jul 14
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Introduction to game design

Enjoy playing video games and want to have a go at designing your own? Discover how on this introductory course.

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Date: 11 Aug 14 - 19 Aug 14
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Learn to write Javascript

Add interactivity and animation to your website. Start with simple scripts and proceed to complex applications: DOM, AJAX, JavaScript Frameworks, Optimization, localStorage and Script Loading. Including AMD, Require JS and Handlebars . Knowledge required: basic computing and experience of HTML.

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MySQL

Learn how to use MySQL, an open source database and relational database management system (RDBMS) to create database objects, manage relationships and retrieve data. MySQL is used on many of the world’s most popular websites to store data working in conjunction with PHP.

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Programming with Python introduction

If you have wanted to know more about computer programming start here! Python is a fun, powerful and easy to learn modern programming language.

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Date: 15 Aug 14 - 22 Aug 14
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XML and RSS feed for the internet

As a self describing grammatical mark up language, XML has transformed and revolutionised the internet by offering easier and low cost business operations. XML provides a better means of managing and searching data and can be easily integrated with legacy systems.

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Date: 17 Jun 14 - 8 Jul 14
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City Lit’s wide range of part-time, evening and weekend computer courses range from beginner level to advanced qualifications, covering the major Microsoft Office applications, desktop publishing, web design, multimedia packages and programming

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