Please note that this is a paid event. To attend, you must register through eventbrite. http://llcvcrmobilewebnov17.eventbrite.com/#
Is this workshop for you?
This workshop has been designed for beginners (though it's definitely appropriate for those with basic understanding of HTML and CSS). If you know nothing about coding or computer programming, you’ve come to the right place! Our only expectation is that you know how to open up a web browser and do something online like checking your email. (But if you’re reading this, we’re pretty sure you know how to do that.)
Are you quaified to help teach this workshop?
Great - our workshops absolutely wouldn't be possible without the incredible developers who help us out! To mentor this workshop, please sign up here https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFdrUUFYeERnUDFxVE9zWE4wcmJJcVE6MA#gid=0
This workshop is BYOL. You will be required to bring your own laptop on the day of.
If you own a smartphone, please bring it along! You'll use it to test your site. You can also bring an iPod Touch if you have one.
- 4:1 (or better!) student-to-instructor ratio
- A fun, social and inclusive learning envionment
- A great venue
- Catered lunch
- Plus more!
About our Mobile workshop:
For this workshop, we are going to take a super crazy, complicated website and make it mobile friendly using HTML5 and CSS. Bring with you an understanding of HTML and CSS or none at all; it’s not a requirement.
We will be teaching you how to design for multiple screen sizes, select content that makes sense for mobile and of course, unmask the mysterious yet widely discussed HTML5.
What is Ladies Learning Code?
We're a group of women in Toronto who provide women (and men*) the opportunity to learn beginner-friendly computer programming skills through hands-on, social and collaborative workshops.
(*Men are welcome to attend workshops (and they have), but we request that you bring with you a female learner where possible.)