What we’re about
Front-end Development South Africa (https://fedsa.org) is a registered non-profit organisation.
It serves as an administrative umbrella for various types of projects that advance the sharing of knowledge between practitioner and aspiring practitioner within the industry.
Our hope is that by encouraging South African practitioners to share their experiences more openly and honestly that we'll not only empower their peers, but that we'll also contribute to a richer, more accessible and user-centered web experience for all South Africans.
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- Community Collaboration Project (Workshop)CodeSpace, Cape Town, WC
🚀 Hands-On HTML and CSS
Whether you're a coding veteran or simply intrigued by the world of website creation, this event is your ideal space for networking, learning, and hands-on experience.
🌐 What to Expect: Collectively we'll build an open-source website to serve as a repository of community-driven tech events, conferences and communities in South Africa. We will work from an existing design done by Dean and Jozua.
👩💻 Guidance Throughout: On the day itself, Schalk and Luca will be there to provide guidance as we transform this design into a functional website using the Astro Framework (https://astro.build/)
📍 Location Reminder
This workshop will take place at CodeSpace in Woodstock. CodeSpace is located in the Old Castle Brewery at 6 Beach Road, Woodstock.
💼 What to bring
- food and snacks
- laptop (if you have one)
🤷♀️ What is FEDSA?
Front-end Development South Africa (FEDSA) is a registered non-profit organisation. They serve as an administrative umbrella for various types of projects that advance the sharing of knowledge between practitioners and aspiring practitioners within the industry.
We invite Front-end enthusiasts of any experience level to join us for the day. Attendees will form teams to work on various tasks and we will pair experienced developers with those of you who are here to learn.
FEDSA's Code of Conduct is here: http://ctfeds.org/code-of-conduct . We're serious about offering a warm, inclusive, safe space to learn.