2–3 December 2016
Venue: hub:raum, Przemysłowa 12, Kraków
We’re aiming the event at women who are new to programming. The mentors are experienced developers, but perhaps not Clojure experts – we’ll all be learning.
Friday 2nd December
18.00 - 19:30 Installation party - Meet your team, & let’s install Clojure on your computer.
Saturday 3rd December
9:00 - 10:00 Warm up - Meet other teams over coffee, make sure your computer is ready for code
10:00 - 10:15 Welcome message
10:15 - 13:00 Workshops part 1 - Get cracking with your code!
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 14:45 TBA
14:45 - 17:30 Workshops part 2 - Learn some more!
Everyone is welcome – sponsors, boyfriends, girlfriends and developers that happen to be in the neighborhood can all be a part of the community.
What should I know before the workshops?
You should be able to understand the application form and have a basic knowledge about working with a computer (knowing only Windows, internet browser & Office is just fine). You should also take a look at the code of conduct that we’ll enforce during the event: http://berlincodeofconduct.org/
How much does the workshop cost?
It’s free! You just need to bring your laptop and a fresh head.
Who are these workshops for?
ClojureBridge aims to increase diversity in information technology industry. We focus at underrepresented groups by offering free, beginner-friendly programming workshops in many cities around the globe.
Will the event be conducted in English?
No, group work will be in Polish. If you’d rather speak English, let us know in the form – we might be able to arrange an English-speaking mentor for you.
Can men attend?
They can apply, but should bear in mind that women will be given a priority.
I’m a programmer already, is there a way to help you?
Yes! Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The registration is open 19-25.11 here: https://clojure-bridge-krk.herokuapp.com/