Hiyaz everyone -
We have an HTML/CSS workshop this Sunday and a hack night on June 27th.
Besides our events, here are some other events of interest:
- Confident Coding 2: Saturday, June 16th. A full day talk/workshop on more advanced JS topics, like the DOM and jQuery. It should work well as a follow-up for those of you who attended the JS class. If any of you are already JS experts, you can volunteer to TA.
- AngelHack: Saturday, June 23rd. A hackathon for designers + developers.
- BlackGirlsCode Workshop: June 30, 2012. A webpage-making workshop for girls 7-16. If you want to volunteer, attend the volunteer meeting on June 26th. It could be a great way to practice skills and inspire young girls.
- Creating Browser Extensions: Sunday, July 1. A full-day workshop on making browser extensions, some JS knowledge is recommended.
- AdaCamp: July 10-11. An unconference focused on increasing women in open technology and culture. It's in Washington, DC, but travel application grants are available.
- OpenWebCamp: Saturday, July 14th. A day of talks on HTML5 and CSS3, appropriate for those of you who already have a good grounding in HTML & CSS. Just $10.
Besides those events, here are a few intensive bootcamps you might consider if you're able to dedicate 5-10 weeks of your life to web development:
- HackStarAcademy: A 10-week intro to web development with Python, all female students.
- DevBootCamp: A 10-week intro to web development with Rails, mixed students.
- AppAcademy: A 9-week intro to iOS development, mixed students.