November 6th, 2017, London

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ngGirls @ AngularConnect

We believe that the IT industry will greatly benefit from bringing more women into technology.
We want to give you an opportunity to learn how to program and become a programmer.

Our plan is to offer a workshop in London before AngularConnect.


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ngGirls is teaming up with futureCodersSE!

ngGirls @ AngularConnect is happy to welcome a group of young students from the futureCodersSE program. Attending the ngGirls workshop will give the girls from futureCodersSE an opportunity to work in a learning space with adults, to network and to develop their skills.

futureCodersSE

futureCodersSE is a non-profit aiming to help to build a community of young software developers. They do this through an end-to-end process –

  • inspire young people to want to prepare for a career in development by organising careers events, hackathons, visits to businesses and to industry events
  • run coding workshops where young people can learn from scratch and can build their skills
  • run a work-experience programme where young people work in development teams 2 days per week for 3 months or more, guided by volunteers and professional tech leads, practice Agile and Scrum, and deliver projects for charities, non-profits and social startups
  • certificate participants from their work experience programme and work closely with employers to recommend young people for apprenticeships or junior positions.
Learn more about futureCodersSE

Who is it for?

Are you a woman interested in learning how to build web applications with the latest technologies? We have good news for you: We are holding a one-day workshop for beginners! It will take place on Monday, November 6th, 2017 at ExCeL London.

We believe that the IT industry will greatly benefit from bringing more women into technology. We want to give you an opportunity to learn how to program and become a programmer.

During the workshop you will build and deploy your very first Angular Web Application! Angular is an open-source platform for building web application, developed by Google and the community. It gives various tools to easily create a dynamic, interactive app that can run on desktop browses, mobile and even robots!

To participate in the workshop you'll need some basic knowledge in web development: HTML, CSS and basic JavaScript or any other programming language. If you're a total beginner, here are some resources to catch up.

The workshop is free of charge. Just fill out the application form.

Don’t wait too long - you can apply for a pass only until October, 8th, 2017!
You are welcome to join the ngGirls meetup group to get informed about future events.

For more information about ngGirls @ AngularConnect check out the FAQ

Can I help?

Of course! There are several ways you can help:

  • Mentors - you have a great impact on the participants' experience. If you can volunteer at the workshop and give some support on the days before and after, we'd love to have you! You don't need to be an Angular expert - just a web developer. Call for Mentors
  • Sponsors - with your help we can make our events truly awesome! From funding tickets to Angular conferences, through supplying lunch, to providing swag - lots of opportunities to help. Call for Sponsors
  • Anyone - There are many other ways to help us. We'd love to hear your ideas and/or assign you some chores. Huge thanks in advance!

Don't be shy, just contact us

Organizing Team

Revital Friedman
Taptica
Shmuela Jacobs
ngGirls
Robert Willemelis
STRATO

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