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We want to provide an environment to enhance the driving role that women take within the tech industry. Backgrounds don't matter, but our courses can provide people from all departments with an opportunity to discuss and understand technical issues and explore how best to develop those discussions with your own engineering teams.
On our workshops, you can gain hands on experience and learn to adapt to the constraints of the software that your developing, discovering how to work with those constraints to better the overall outcome.
Learn about the problems, the solutions, and the overheads of maintaining code, documenting code, then bug fixing when problems do occur; all within hard deadlines. We're strong believers in small iterative development and fixes to help your team always move forwards, no more large rollbacks that are counterproductive to progress, join us to learn about 'failing forwards'.
Design teams can explore the possibilities of code sharing with the development teams, rather than working completely isolated, why not build with the developers in mind and get them kick started with working designs. Not only does this help engineers, but also improves design consistency and coherency.
When you're talking and working in the same technologies, there are no more issues of pixel misalignment, and things getting lost in translation, they can be correct from the start.
Targeted for non-technical roles, our workshops get you hands on development experience: from showing you how to use the terminal command line, to building your own app from scratch. You can also ask our engineers any questions about your day job.
We can give you the understanding and terminology to talk to your tech teams, requesting the functionality you need, in a way that makes it both simpler and quicker to deliver.
Meet and Greet
Meet your tutors and set up your machine
Unix Fundamentals: Part 1
Learn your way around the command line
We all need a coffee break!
Unix Fundamentals: Part 2
Introduction to scripting
Lunch break and a Q&A/chat
HTML, CSS and JS
Frontend technologies and your first web application
Communicating with your engineering team
Almost there, a final coffee break
Finish off your web app
Experiment and tweak your web app
Wrap Up Time!
Any final questions you may have