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2 April 10:00Academy, a part of Academic Work

Pink Programming Sunday is an event where women and transgender people can meet up to code and network together. This Sunday we will have two beginner workshops. One will be starting with HTML and CSS to create a website, and the other is Arduino programming where you can build and programme a small electronic circuit. However it will also be a regular sunday with plenty of time to dig into your own project or team up with other participants and program together for those that do not wish to participate in the workshops.

We will have a brief introduction to programming and can help you get started, so you do not need to have any programming experience to attend the event.

So join us for a fun day of programming and meet new friends who enjoy coding.

Programme for the day
10:00 - 10:15   Welcome and short introduction by Pink Programming
10:15 -10:30    Presentation of Academy, a part of Academic Work
10:30 - 12:30   Workshops/Programming
12:30 - 13:15   Lunch
13:15 - 13:45   Inspirational talk by Linnéa Teigen
13:45 - 15:45   Worskhops/Programming
15:45 - 16:00   End of the day with final goodbyes

Additional information
All women and transgender people of all ages and programming experience levels are welcome. All you need to bring is a laptop and a pair of headphones for tutorials. The event is free of charge and a free lunch will be served. And please note that there will be a limited number of spots for the workshops. You will receive an email regarding if you have a spot on the workshop or not.

Basic HTML/CSS workshop
Please download and install a basic texteditor
(Atom or Sublime Text 3 ).

Also, please download the entire folder 'Workshop project' somewhere on your computer. This contains the content you need for the workshop: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B04MyeLuu_c7UjZwQ1d5S2E0cms

Arduino Workshop
If you will be participating in the Arduino Workshop, please download the software on the following website.


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Linnea Teigen
A graduate from Academy

Linnéa is an IT-consultant and has participated in Academy's summerprogram in C#.Net in 2016. She has studied graphic design, commercial and mediaproduction and was  first introduced to programming when she was trying out HTML/CSS and Wordpress. She is now working as a software developer for a company in Gothenburg and has been a part of developing an app in React Native. On this event she will tell us more about Academy and her journey to her new career as a developer. 

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Pink Programming

Pink Programming is a non profit organisation aiming to encourage and inspire women to code. This is done by hosting coding meetups, code camps and events all over Sweden.