What we're about

So you've gone down the career path seemingly set out for you after completing your studies and now just a few years in, you're already looking for greener pastures.

Or maybe you've worked with several developers in the past and always wondered whether you could have done the work if you had the know-how.

Either way, this group was formed to help people like you, who have been considering a career in tech and are looking to understand more about the industry.

Join us at our scheduled events as we look to bring you valuable insights from within the tech industry. They range from:

Fireside Chats - Where we sit down with experienced developers who will share their personal experiences working in the industry.

Coding Workshops - Starter classes that will help you in taking that first step in learning how to code and beyond.

Technical skills sessions - Run through the gauntlet of whiteboarding and thought processing just like how employers assess their candidates

Upcoming events (1)

Coding 101 Workshop, HTML/CSS (For Beginners)

Online event

“Who told you it was too late? And more importantly, why did you choose to believe them?” - Richelle E. Goodrich

Time flies and before you know it, we've already reached the mid-year mark. Don't fret, because it's never too late to start learning something new, so why not try coding?

Take your first step in your learning journey with our HTML/CSS workshop! Say goodbye to the bad vibes of the on-going pandemic by learning how to code your first program in just 1.5 hours!

In this introductory workshop, we will explore the fundamental blocks of web building through HTML and CSS. During the 1.5 hours, you will learn key programming principles required to build your very own web page.

Sign ups are free so what's stopping you? Register for our online workshop before you realize another 6 months have passed!

TO PREPARE FOR WORKSHOP:

- Your trusty laptop
- Notebook, to take down notes (if you need to)!
- Sign up for an account here: https://codepen.io/

Workshop Flow

- 7:30pm - 7:35pm: Welcome Address

- 7:35pm - 8:35pm: My Favourite Animal HTML/CSS Website

- 8:35pm - 9:00pm: Q&A and closing

Instructor Profile

Linda Hsu
Developer, DBS Bank
Trent Global Software Development Graduate

Having worked 12 years as a broadcast editor, Linda took it upon herself to pursue her interest in coding through the Trent Global Software Development Bootcamp. Graduating from the programme in February 2020, she volunteers her time outside of work to help others who are exploring their interests in coding. Embedded in the tech community here in Singapore, she continues to conduct beginner-friendly workshops and more with her new-found skills.

Past events (30)

Introduction to Data Analysis and Data Dashboard with Python

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