code-sw-jsYou simply cannot get enough of Star Wars: The Force Awakens? Well, get in line, buddy, as there are plenty more people just like you. It looks like Star Wars is about to get a whole lot geekier this time around, where Disney has teamed up with Code.org in order to introduce a Star Wars oriented introductory Javascript course. These lessons will see the coder on a mission to guide BB-8 around the map, as BB-8 goes around collecting scrap metal and imperial mouse droids – but are not limited to just these two items.

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This particular Javascript course targets those who are eleven or over who would like to get themselves acquainted with the world’s most popular scripting language. Needless to say, beginners would benefit the most as most of the code written would invoke a function – which is a block of code that will be able to perform a specific task, as opposed to having the user write it themselves.

In the past, Code.org did work with Disney in order to deliver a programming course to its site based on the film Frozen. Go on, give it a try if you haven’t yet done so already – who knows, you have a hidden Code Jedi inside of you, waiting to be unleashed.

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