Victoria

Events, Workshops and Coding Camps in your area. Tickets go on sale 6 weeks prior to events.

Coding camp

Come along and learn how to use block coding to upgrade and animate famous artworks, work with HTML and CSS to create a funny meme, and program robots to complete challenges.

25 September, 9:00 AM

Girls, ages 8-11

Southbank

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Workshop

Code Like a Girl is excited to announce that we're partnering with New York-based education start-up littleBits to bring a fun 2.5-hour workshop to girls aged 8 - 12 years old.

01 October, 10:00 AM

Girls, ages 8 - 12

Collingwood

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Coding camp

Bring your creativity to life at our coding camp. You'll use Python to create digital art, play around using HTML and CSS, program robots to complete challenges and work on Arduino.

02 October, 9:00 AM

Girls, ages 12-15

Southbank

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Workshop

Come along for your first play with HTML and CSS - we'll give you a quick primer on the basics, and help you code up your very first web page!

17 October, 6:30 PM

Women & non-binary, age 16+

Melbourne CBD

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Workshop

This workshop is for total n00bs who are curious to learn more about UX Research and UX Design. Join us for a crash course on UX terminology, methodologies and outputs, plus fun hands-on activities.

20 October, 10:00 AM

Women & non-binary, age 16+

Melbourne CBD

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Event

Feeling like you aren't reasonably qualified for the work you're doing or that you'll be discovered as a fraud is common for women in tech. Come along to hear some first-hand experiences of women kicking arse in tech!

23 October, 6:30 PM

Anyone 18+

Melbourne CBD

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Workshop

Draw, sew and code your own DIY Monster, RAWR! This workshop is perfect for children looking to explore both their creative and inventive sides.

17 November, 12:30 PM

Girls, ages 8-12 + parent or guardian

Collingwood

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"I really enjoyed how down to earth the presenters and helpers were. They didn't use jargon and kept things simple and easy to understand. I also liked that it was a small group, so I got more attention."

- Budding coder from Adelaide

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