Women’s Coding Day

6th April 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Women’s Coding Day

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Join our Women’s Coding Day and learn to design and code your own landing page!

About this Event

✍️‣ Register on Eventbrite only!

Are you in for an inspirational learning experience?

During Women’s Coding Day you will learn the basics of coding and learn how to design and code your first landing page from scratch with HTML and CSS!

⚡️Get a taste of web development and find out if it’s for you.⚡️Meet other women interested in learning to code.⚡️Build your own landing page with our brilliant female teaching assistants.⚡️Ask any questions to our female teaching team and their experience as a developer.

📅‣ Schedule

‣ Tuesday 6th of April

3pm to 4:45pm – Design sprint (Web Design, UX/UI)

5pm to 7pm – Code your own landing page (HTML, CSS)

🇬🇧‣ Teaching language ‣ English


💻 ‣ Online, using Zoom

🙋 🙋‍♂️‣ Complete beginners welcomed, open to everyone!

✍️‣ Register on Eventbrite only!

⚠️ Places are limited, don’t miss your chance to secure your space.

The applications are opening today and will close Monday, 5th April at 00am.

Women are under-represented in technical roles at under 20% industry wide, and only 2% of VC funding goes to women founders. According to McKinsey, the most gender-diverse companies are 27% more likely to experience above-average profitability, and a report by MSCI shows that having women on the board of a company boosts productivity.

Ref: Delivering through Diversity, 2018 (MicKinsey & Co.)

We are the educators at the start of this pipe, and we are determined to make change for the companies of the future!

About Le Wagon 🚀

Le Wagon is the #1 ranked coding school worldwide, for entrepreneurs and creative people. We’re now present in 22 countries and 39 major cities worldwide. Our 9-week (and now 24-week part time), full-stack web development course equips aspiring entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, and junior developers with the technical skills they need to build great products and startups.

Curious to learn more? 👉 www.lewagon.com

We look forward to meeting you soon!

Team Le Wagon 🌟


6th April 2021
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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