Django Girls, a non-profit organization focus on empowering and helping women learn the basics of programming and how to build their first website, will be holding her second edition in Ota, this August. This is another job empowerment scheme for young women graduates.
The organization which started in Berlin last year, but has managed to spread all around the world, organizes free, one-day programming workshops by providing tools, resources and support.
Their goal is to bring more amazing women into the world of technology by making technology more approachable and creating simple tools and resources to achieve the desired end
The workshop will take place on August 6th, 2016 at the Afrihub building, Bells University, Ota with a pre-installation party on August 5th, 2016, where participants will get all the required software ready for the workshop and also meet with their coaches and group members. And it is free for selected participants.
Participants will be taught how to build a website without prior programming experience required. However, everyone is expected to come with their laptops and their ready minds.
Aisha Bello a tech enthusiast and ‘Pythonista’ with support from CcHub, Python Software Foundation, GitHub, django and The Nigerian Python Community are the organizers.
The deadline for application is July 23rd, 2016. Interested persons can apply early enough to increase their chance of getting into the program. Django Girls will notify successful candidates of the status of their applications latest by July 30th, 2016.