If you are looking to get your feet wet when it comes to programming, then this is the workshop for you. HTML and CSS are the backbone of all websites, and knowledge of them is a necessity if you are interested in things like web development, creating marketing emails, or even blogging! The web without HTML and CSS would be would be a world without colourful, pretty websites, not to mention the web applications we all use daily. It’s easy to learn, and was designed so that everyone – even non-programmers – can do it. No fancy programs are needed, just Notepad and a web browser!
The Ladies Learning Code Introduction to HTML & CSS workshop is designed to be a hands-on experience. During the session, you’ll learn:
- Basic techniques and concepts that are translatable to other programming languages
- The building blocks of how HTML and CSS work together to create richer online experiences
- How to create a rich website with images, video, and a CSS-defined layout
- What resources are available if you’d like to continue learning at home (and we think you will)
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Since 2011, Digifest has been bringing together a dynamic audience of creative professionals from across the country. Attendees are leading voices from the creative industries including graphic designers, web and interactive designers, art directors, studio managers as well as faculty and students from advertising, technology, business, retail, education, and government. It is organized annually by the Digital Media and Gaming Incubator at George Brown College.
Each year, Digifest introduces a new and exciting theme that correlates with changes and development in the current technological environment. This year’s theme, Hello Tomorrow: Our Creative Cities is about improving our quality of life and making creative cities of the future better through design, innovation, and technology.
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Experiential Learning and Work Integrated Learning are big priorities for the Ministry of Education in Ontario. Learn what ICUBE at UTM and the CONRAD Centre at the University of Waterloo have been doing to tie Experiential Learning with Entrepreneurial Activities and Curricula.
Join us for this two-day forum showcasing entrepreneurship and innovation in applied learning, as even some of ICUBE’s own join this year’s line-up of speakers.
ICUBE’s Startup Experience League Program is designed to support a diverse range of undergraduate students and seed and early stage startup companies.
It is comprised of four levels, all with their own co-curricular record (CCR) component. The first three levels involve volunteering with ICUBE and participating in events, and the highest level of the program includes a paid five-week work placement with a start-up company.
Upon completion of the program, students will receive a notation on their CCR record, and an ICUBE Entrepreneurship Certificate.
The first wave of SXL students’ orientation is on the the 31st of May.
ICUBE will be hiring for the program again in July and September, and we encourage you to apply!
HackerNest Tech Socials (http://hackernest.com/cities/) are a fun, relaxed way to connect with your local tech community. Atmosphere: chill, friendly, unpretentious, agenda-free (no sales pitch), and brimming with Ultra Smart People.
The typical Tech Social agenda: Folks arrive, grab drinks, socialize >> quick announcements, thank sponsors >> back to chatting >> head home, exhilarated from great conversations!
HackerNest Tech Socials are Entry by Donation – $10 to $20 is suggested. If a cash donation is too restrictive, no problem – just email a Tech Social Organizer and sign up to volunteer that night.
About HackerNest: HackerNest (http://hackernest.com/) builds strong, supportive local tech communities around the world. We run unpretentious tech and innovation events that improve humanity and overall economic prosperity. Check out this video to see what Tech Socials are like: https://youtu.be/9wG2TpzEm5o
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Every year, AngelHack adventures across the globe for our yearly Global Hackathon Series. Over the course of Summer 2018, we’ll hit six continents, bridging the gap between Silicon Valley innovation and entrepreneurs all over the world.
This year’s theme? Seamless Technology. Hackathons are built for rapid innovation, and rapid isn’t always pretty. But no matter the roadblock, broken code or bumps, we continue on and push forward, together. There’s no boundary or limit to what we can create.
So join us! Create something cool. Meet great people. Win great prizes. Who knows, your founder journey may begin at ONRamp in Toronto!
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- learn basic programming techniques and concepts that are translatable to other programming languages
- get an idea of what resources are available if you’d like to continue learning at home (and we think you will)
Who is this for?
The Ladies Learning Code workshops offer female-identified and male-identified, trans, and non-binary adults hands-on, project-based learning experiences that are designed to give beginners the skills and confidence they need to become digital creators.
Note: If you do not have a laptop to use during the duration of the workshop, there is a limited quantity that can be loaned out. The option to borrow a laptop will be included in your order form when registering.
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