To mis-quote William Shakespeare, “To code, or not to code, that is the question: Whether ‘tis nobler to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous intrusions by computer scientists into the law or take up arms by learning coding logic?” This is a question that in this seminar Dr. Mahdi H. Miraz will not (cannot) answer for you. What he can do is present the fundamentals of coding to a highly intelligent audience of lawyers who happen (currently) to be without coding skills. He’ll demonstrate “how to code” using some very simple examples. The workshop will provide you with some hands-on experience on: the basic operational logics of computers (i.e., how do the computers think?), the transition from flow chart to algorithm, how to spot pseudo code, and (finally) some real coding examples.
Dr. Mahdi H. Miraz, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development (CFRED), CUHK LAW
Register here by 5pm, 8 June 2020 to attend the workshop.