Girl Develop It SLC 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY!

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It's the 1 year anniversary of the Salt Lake City chapter for Girl Develop It!

Just over a year ago, a group of wonderful women launched Girl Develop It SLC. Since then, the organization has successfully hosted over 40 classes, hack nights, code & coffee, workshops and events!

We are throwing a party to say thank you to all of our members, sponsors, and friends for their support over the past year! Join us at INSTRUCTURE (http://www.instructure.com/) and enjoy speakers, complimentary appetizers, GDI swag giveaways, prizes, and music by local lady DJ ARTEMIS (https://soundcloud.com/ann-michelle-argyle) to celebrate what we have accomplished so far and all of the great things in the year to come.

There is a optional $5 donation to RSVP for the event; all proceeds will go to the Girl Develop It scholarship fund.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Thanks to our host & sponsor:

Instructure (http://www.instructure.com/) is the maker of the cloud-native open source learning management system, Canvas. Located in Cottonwood Heights, UT, Instructure is a rapidly growing company with an industry-pushing platform, hundreds of talented employees, and millions of passionate students and teachers using their products. Instructure has been a major sponsor / supporter of Girl Develop It SLC, and is excited to part of an initiative that will progress and revolutionize the industry.

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RAFFLE PRIZES

Thanks to one of our incredibly generous sponsors, Code School (https://www.codeschool.com/), all attendees will get the chance to win a FREE 1-year subscription or one of twenty FREE 6-month subscriptions!

Code School (https://www.codeschool.com/) teaches web technologies online using video lessons, coding challenges, and screencasts. Each course is built around a creative theme and storyline so that it feels like you’re playing a game, not sitting in a classroom. More than a million people around the world come to Code School to get started with a new technology and learn by doing.