• Hack Night

    Framework

    Hack Night This is a chance for anyone with an interest in programming and web development to code, share and learn from one another. Whether you are an experienced developer or just learning to code, interested in design or programming, you are more than welcome. CodeHub also runs workshops, organises mentorships and facilitates study groups. Check out our website (www.codehub.org.uk) for more information. Please join the #hacknight channel on our Slack board: http://slack.codehub.org.uk Our Code of Conduct: http://codehub.org.uk/code-conduct --- What is a "hack night"? Hack night is a casual social coding event where people can come together to work on projects and learn new technologies in any language at any skill level. It is a good time to work on those projects on the "back burner" that you never have time for. Some people will have personal projects that they want to work on in a social atmosphere. Others may be interested in pairing up to work on a project or learn something new together, or work through some of the online coding challenges. Some people may be experts, others may be noobs, and others may just want to learn how to code - all are welcome!

  • WebDev101 at Workshop Wednesdays

    DeskLodge House

    About WebDev101 is a self-directed study group for everyone interested in improving their knowledge of any subject in the field of web development. As we are not instructor-led, you will only get out what you put in to this group! The goal of WebDev101 is to help each other progress in our individual and/or group goals by providing a space and time in which to meet other like-minded developes and ask questions. CodeHub encourages members that are willing to mentor beginner/less experienced developers. If you’re interested in mentoring or finding someone to mentor you on a particular topic, please post on the #mentoring channel of our Slack group (http://slack.codehub.org.uk/). What to bring Your own laptop, a beginner's mindset, complete dedication to respecting others

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  • Hack Night

    Framework

    Hack Night This is a chance for anyone with an interest in programming and web development to code, share and learn from one another. Whether you are an experienced developer or just learning to code, interested in design or programming, you are more than welcome. CodeHub also runs workshops, organises mentorships and facilitates study groups. Check out our website (www.codehub.org.uk) for more information. Please join the #hacknight channel on our Slack board: http://slack.codehub.org.uk Our Code of Conduct: http://codehub.org.uk/code-conduct --- What is a "hack night"? Hack night is a casual social coding event where people can come together to work on projects and learn new technologies in any language at any skill level. It is a good time to work on those projects on the "back burner" that you never have time for. Some people will have personal projects that they want to work on in a social atmosphere. Others may be interested in pairing up to work on a project or learn something new together, or work through some of the online coding challenges. Some people may be experts, others may be noobs, and others may just want to learn how to code - all are welcome!

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  • WebDev101

    Watershed

    About WebDev101 is a self-directed study group for everyone interested in improving their knowledge of any subject in the field of web development. As we are not instructor-led, you will only get out what you put in to this group! The goal of WebDev101 is to help each other progress in our individual and/or group goals by providing a space and time in which to meet other like-minded developes and ask questions. CodeHub encourages members that are willing to mentor beginner/less experienced developers. If you’re interested in mentoring or finding someone to mentor you on a particular topic, please post on the #mentoring channel of our Slack group (http://slack.codehub.org.uk/). What to bring Your own laptop, a beginner's mindset, complete dedication to respecting others

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  • Hack Night

    Framework

    Hack Night This is a chance for anyone with an interest in programming and web development to code, share and learn from one another. Whether you are an experienced developer or just learning to code, interested in design or programming, you are more than welcome. CodeHub also runs workshops, organises mentorships and facilitates study groups. Check out our website (www.codehub.org.uk) for more information. Please join the #hacknight channel on our Slack board: http://slack.codehub.org.uk Our Code of Conduct: http://codehub.org.uk/code-conduct --- What is a "hack night"? Hack night is a casual social coding event where people can come together to work on projects and learn new technologies in any language at any skill level. It is a good time to work on those projects on the "back burner" that you never have time for. Some people will have personal projects that they want to work on in a social atmosphere. Others may be interested in pairing up to work on a project or learn something new together, or work through some of the online coding challenges. Some people may be experts, others may be noobs, and others may just want to learn how to code - all are welcome!

  • Python Self-Led Study Groups

    DeskLodge House

    Calling all those who want to learn or improve their Python skills, by studying with their peers. Thanks to Workshop Wednesdays for hosting (https://www.meetup.com/Womens-Tech-Hub-Bristol/events/261479040/). The emphasis of this continuing study group is on studying at your own pace and level, alongside others - there is no need to have attended previous sessions to come along and join in. We share learning materials - or you can bring your own. Some attendees like to work through their own problems or projects, whilst others prefer to compare notes & experience with their peers - whatever works (within reason!). Please feel free to contact me if you'd like more information. All levels and genders are welcome, though the focus is likely to be on those who are less (or no) experienced in python. We would warmly welcome those who have a few python skills already and would be willing to support the groups – it will be a fun way of helping your own development, as well as being a great addition to your CV!

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  • WebDev101

    Watershed

    About WebDev101 is a self-directed study group for everyone interested in improving their knowledge of any subject in the field of web development. As we are not instructor-led, you will only get out what you put in to this group! The goal of WebDev101 is to help each other progress in our individual and/or group goals by providing a space and time in which to meet other like-minded developes and ask questions. CodeHub encourages members that are willing to mentor beginner/less experienced developers. If you’re interested in mentoring or finding someone to mentor you on a particular topic, please post on the #mentoring channel of our Slack group (http://slack.codehub.org.uk/). What to bring Your own laptop, a beginner's mindset, complete dedication to respecting others

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  • Hack Night

    Framework

    Hack Night This is a chance for anyone with an interest in programming and web development to code, share and learn from one another. Whether you are an experienced developer or just learning to code, interested in design or programming, you are more than welcome. CodeHub also runs workshops, organises mentorships and facilitates study groups. Check out our website (www.codehub.org.uk) for more information. Please join the #hacknight channel on our Slack board: http://slack.codehub.org.uk Our Code of Conduct: http://codehub.org.uk/code-conduct --- What is a "hack night"? Hack night is a casual social coding event where people can come together to work on projects and learn new technologies in any language at any skill level. It is a good time to work on those projects on the "back burner" that you never have time for. Some people will have personal projects that they want to work on in a social atmosphere. Others may be interested in pairing up to work on a project or learn something new together, or work through some of the online coding challenges. Some people may be experts, others may be noobs, and others may just want to learn how to code - all are welcome!

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  • Python Code Dojo

    Framework

    What is a Code Dojo? People who train in martial arts attend dojos, where they practice and try to expand their skills and achieve self-improvement. The idea is that in order to become an expert in anything you need to repeatedly perform *deliberate practice*. Dojos are also places where people of variable experience levels can engage with each other, share knowledge and give support. A Code Dojo tries to take those ideas and apply them in the process of mastering programming languages. Our version of the Dojo was inspired by the London Python Dojo (http://ldnpydojo.org.uk/). -- This is what a typical session might look like: - Arrive, meet and greet with refreshments - Decide on a topic/"exercise" to work on: -- Suggest ideas (anyone can suggest a topic, it could be a game like tic-tac-toe, connect5 etc or an algorithm, or a tweet generator...) -- Vote to decide on 1 exercise to work on - Randomly split into teams of roughly 2-4 people - Each team works together (using Python) to solve the exercise at hand - Each team presents their (complete or incomplete!) solution, talking through their creative process. The spirit of the Dojo will be: - A non-competitive, collaborative, constructive and fun environment *** WELCOMING ALL SKILL LEVELS *** IMPORTANT THINGS: - We will be using Python as our programming language. Even if you don't have much experience and only know some basics you can still participate and improve! - To participate in the Dojo you will need to come to the venue. This is because we will need to run things at specific times and do some presentations at the end, which may make it tricky to incorporate remote attendees. - Please aim to arrive on time. We spend roughly the first 30 minutes making introductions and voting on ideas, so we will form teams and get started on the exercise by 7.00 at the latest. - Having a laptop with you is useful, but not essential! Most attendees will likely bring a laptop to carry out the exercises. However, please don't worry if you can't. We will make sure that at least one member of each team does - it is supposed to be a collaborative exercise after all!

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  • Python Self-Led Study Groups

    DeskLodge House

    Calling all those who want to learn or improve their Python skills, by studying with their peers. Thanks to Workshop Wednesdays for hosting (https://www.meetup.com/Womens-Tech-Hub-Bristol/events/261479040/). The emphasis of this continuing study group is on studying at your own pace and level, alongside others - there is no need to have attended previous sessions to come along and join in. We share learning materials - or you can bring your own. Some attendees like to work through their own problems or projects, whilst others prefer to compare notes & experience with their peers - whatever works (within reason!). This term we may try a few mini-challenges during the evening (but there is no pressure to join in!) Please feel free to contact me if you'd like more information. All levels and genders are welcome, though the focus is likely to be on those who are less (or no) experienced in python. We would warmly welcome those who have a few python skills already and would be willing to support the groups – it will be a fun way of helping your own development, as well as being a great addition to your CV!

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