What’s it all about?
When you think of coding, do you think difficult and boring?! Well we’d like to change your mind on that! Just like pottery, crochet, or painting, coding is about creating something of your own, but in digital space.
In this workshop, we will explore the creative side of code with HTML and CSS (and we’ll cover what these are!). You will get to build a website for yourself, your friends or your cats.
Come join us for an evening of fun activities, learn a new digital craft and meet some nice people. Nerdy is the new cool now.
What will we cover?
In this interactive class, you’ll learn about coding from someone who’s passionate about upskilling the wider community with fearless tech skills and knowledge. Your teacher May will cover:
- Coding basics – what is coding exactly
- What can you do with code
Then we’ll get our hands dirty and actually write some code. You will get to build a website from scratch. This includes:
- Building and styling your website
- Publishing your website
Like you get a scarf from a knitting workshop or a mug from a pottery workshop, at the end of this workshop, you will take home your very own website on a URL that you can share with your friends and family!
- Wheelchair Accessible Venue
- Gender Neutral Bathrooms
- Cheaper Early Bird Tickets
- Auslan Interpreted Upon Request
Who will be teaching?
You will need to bring:
- Your laptop! (And charger if your laptop doesn’t last for an hour)
- Some nice photos of yourself (or your friends, your pets, or all of them, depending on who you want to build the website for). No need to print it out, just keep it on your laptop.
Who will be teaching?
May (she/her) is a software developer, not the boring kind but the fun kind. She is passionate about technology but in the way that how technology can bring people together #refugeescode
When May is not being serious, she enjoys making silly websites as well as writing poems, drawing, exploring the creative side of life. Check her work here! https://mayjunwenchen.wordpress.com/
Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just shoot Maddy (she/her) an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.