|Sent on:||Thursday, April 25, 2013 2:15 AM|
I’d like to start off this email by thanking companies and individuals that have pitched in to our scholarship fund to make it possible for more students to attend our workshops:
We couldn’t do all of these workshops without the help of our sponsors, spaces, TAs, and teachers.
PyLadiesSF has started up an Interactive Python study group. I ran one last year, it was a lot of fun. :-)
Michelle Glauser put together a multi-tab spreadsheet of links for learning to code.
If you’re still a student, you might want to apply to Google Summer of Code.
And now for our regularly scheduled links!...
April 25, SF: JS Rookies: Lunch & Koans
April 27, SF: GA’s Designing Mobile Interfaces (15% off: GDI15)
April 29, SF: SFJS Modular Frontend JS
April 30, SF: Data 2.0 Summit
May 1/8, SF: Intro to HTML/CSS/jQuery
May 2, SF: Debugging Your Code
May 4, SF: AngelHack
May 4, SF: GA’s Intro to iOS Development (15% off: GDI15)
May 6-9, SF: GA’s Programming Fundamentals (15% off: GDI15)
May 8, SF: GA’s Intro to UX (15% off: GDI15)
May 9, SF: Women of Engineering Mixer @ Yammer
May 11, SF: CodeChix Book Discussion “Lean In”
May 13, SF: Protonight Pair Programming
May 24, SF: Ruby and Rails Accelerator Training
May 31, SF: AT&T Mobile App Hackathon
June 1, SF: SemanticHack
May 13-14, SF: Health: Refactored
May 15-17, SF: Google I/O
May 28, FL: CSSConf
May 28-30, SF: FluentConf
Bootcamps/Courses: Check our list here.
Weekly Study Groups: Check our list here.