Youth Program Still Looking for Dark Basic Programming Instructor

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The University of Utah's Youth program is looking for an instructor for Dark Basic programming.  The class is for students between the ages of 13 and 17, all in the afternoon. The details are here: 

Video Game Programming I with Dark Basic (Age 13-17)

If you’ve always wanted to create your own video games and never knew how, this class is for you, even if you’ve never programmed before! DarkBasic is an introductory-level computer programming language that focuses on basic concepts and 2D games. Learn the fundamentals of computer programming, such as bitmaps, sprites, input devices, sound effects, music, and movies. Course cost includes a DarkBasic book with a CD-ROM trial version of the language compiler.

YETEC 115-001 • MTWThF, Jul 27-31 • 1:00-4:00 PMLOCATION: Annex 2169, Campus • SLC 


YETEC 115-002 • MTWThF, Aug 3-7 • 1:00-4:00 PMLOCATION: Annex 2169, Campus • SLC  

Video Game Programming II with Dark Basic (Age 13-17)

Expand your video game programming skills. This advanced class will focus more on game planning, code management, and 3D games. Learn the more challenging aspects of programming and use your imagination to create a variety of fantastic games.


YETEC 116-001 • MTWThF, Aug 10-14 • 1:00-4:00 PMLOCATION: Annex 2169, Campus • SLC

If you have any interest at all, or know of anyone that would be interested and needs a little extra cash, please contact Claire Turner: cturner at aoce dot utah dot edu.  Thanks!