The training is open to women of all levels and abilities, but is specifically aimed at women who are unemployed or under-employed (employed or self employed but earning a low wage).
Join us at MadLab on Tuesday 8th March for:
Get the Bug for Coding with CodeBug!
10am – 12pm
Get the Bug for Coding with CodeBug will provide an introduction to easy drag-and-drop programming and electronics with CodeBug. You will learn how to create scrolling name badges, animated graphics and touch-responsive Apps.
1pm – 4pm
A whistle-stop tour of everything programming languages can do. This practical session will use Python: a language that is beginner-friendly, but still presents a challenge. You’ll also create your first program!
This workshop will require a laptop, so please bring one that you are comfortable using. We also recommend you download and install the latest version of Google Chrome or Firefox. In addition, you will need to download and install Python 2.7.10 (not Python 3), which you can get here.
Reserve your free place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/programming-101-international-womens-day-2016-tickets-20549389778
Your tutor, Claire Dodd
MadLab’s Claire Dodd has been interested in helping people learn to develop their digital skills since her move to Manchester in 2013. Organising Community events such as BarCamp Manchester, an annual unconference for over 200 people to share ideas, and CodeUp Manchester, a monthly mentoring program for adults who would like to learn how to code for free. More recently, since joining MadLab in Summer 2015, Claire has helped develop a number of workshops designed to help people improve their digital skills, including Scratch workshops for children, and also a day of workshops to celebrate National Coding Week.