The Girls' Programming Network
Want to learn how computers really work?
Want to write programs that do what you want?
Want to improve your programming skills for SDD?
Want to meet other girls also interested in IT?
Then the Girls' Programming Network is for you!
The Girls' Programming Network (GPN) is run by girls and for girls. The tutors are a mix of University IT students (from the University of Sydney and others) as well as professional software engineers.
The next GPN meeting is on Saturday, April 6th, 2013.
We'll be writing apps for Android phones! Whether you've never programmed before or are already a coding ninja, come along, and we'll guide you through writing your own app! (Android not required!)
Want to come along? Register here!
When you come to GPN you'll meet the tutors (us!) and other students and learn the basics of computer programming in Python as well as cool bits of computer science. We'll also have fun, eat food and do some other activities.
Each term we run a one day workshop on a new topic. We've written games, made interactive websites and taken apart computers! Check out the past, present and future projects to see what girls have done, and what you could be doing!
If you have any queries about the program, email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Nicky Ringland on 9036 6037 or 0407 020 099.