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Girls to the Front!
**Registrations are now closed; please be advised only ticketholders will be able to access the event. ---- 'MelbDjango: Girls to the Front!' a beginners Django/Python coding workshop for women on the 18th of August. Each participant will work alongside their peers, supported by numerous mentors, to complete Django based tutorials from open source DjangoGirls materials. This is an inclusive event and we encourage all women, trans and non-binary people to apply as participants or mentors. Tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/melbdjango-girls-to-the-front-tickets-48154123279?aff=ebdssbdestsearch On the day, event registrations will begin at 9:30 am and the conclude with an afternoon tea & wrap-up at 4:00 pm. Lunch and sweets will be provided. The format of the event will be similar to past events held at Common Code - self-guided coding with instructions + intro, explanations and help of mentors when required. Thank you to DjangoGirls** for making the event possible through their materials and to our Sponsorship Partners for their ongoing support: Alliance Software Common Code As always - if you have any questions feel free to contact us. Cheers

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Founded back in 2013, MelbDjango is a group for anyone using or interested in Django, a Python web development framework. We are interested in bringing together people from Melbourne's Django and Python communities and providing a place for people to learn from one another and showcase things they have built or have found useful.

Our venue and drinks are sponsored by Common Code, a Django dev shop in Abbotsford. http://www.commoncode.com.au

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Great! submit a presentation proposal on anything python/django here >>> https://bit.ly/2s26Qdn

Official Django project site: https://www.djangoproject.com/

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