THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED FROM THE ORIGINAL MAY 11 SESSION. A NEW SIGN-UP LINK WILL BE POSTED WHEN A NEW DATE IS DETERMINED.
We use the Web every day for entertainment, information, business, communication, and a whole lot more. But how does it work? In this workshop, you’ll learn about the fundamental technologies powering the Web, and practice creating your own webpage to show off to your friends. Suitable for students of all ages that can use a web browser.
You can see a preview of this workshop under our courses.
About the Presenter
Richard Preston is a lead engineer at the MITRE Corporation. He graduated Tufts University in 2019 with an MS in Electrical Engineering and BS in Computer Engineering. Since then, Richard has worked on R&D projects spanning a wide variety of technology areas, including network security, machine learning, cloud & edge computing, IT automation, software engineering, and quantum computing. Currently, he leads a research effort aimed at helping software engineers apply quantum algorithms to real-world problems.