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Adult Workshop: Introduction to Python (SOLD OUT)

  • The Lab Level 16, 414 La Trobe Street Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia (map)

Are you ready to dip your toes into the world of coding? Come spend a morning with us learning about the wonderfully versatile programming language: Python!

Python is currently one of the most popular programming languages that is used widely in the industry. It’s also a great place to start if you are a complete coding newbie! This workshop is an introduction to some general programming concepts and terminology such as types, operators, functions and control statements, as well as introductory syntax of Python 3.

This adult workshop is aimed at beginners in coding, so no prior knowledge is required! We do ask that you come with a willingness to learn and step outside your comfort zone. We’ll give you plenty of time to play with what you’re learning, and we encourage you to work together and ask questions!

By the end of the session you’ll be equipped with all the basics you need to take the next steps in the world of programming.


When: Saturday, April 21, 10am - 2pm
Where: The Lab, Level 16, 414 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000
Participants: Women, aged 16+
Prerequisites: We’ll start right from the beginning - so no prior knowledge of programming required


You'll need to:

  • bring your laptop and laptop charger
  • download and install Anaconda for Python 3.6 We won't have time to do this during the workshop so please come prepared! If you have trouble installing, come half an hour early (9:30am) and we'll help you with the setup. Please note that during this time we will not have time to run through a full installation, we will aim to support you in finishing any installation issues.


  Samantha Floreani  Lead Facilitator

Samantha Floreani
Lead Facilitator

Sam works in privacy and data protection and believes strongly in promoting ethics of technology. She's also chipping away at a masters degree in data science, and spends much of her free time learning maths and coding side projects. Sam has worked and volunteered for many years in the gender equality space, and loves breaking down gender stereotypes to help empower women in whichever field they choose - especially tech! 

  Lydia Wang  Assistant Facilitator 

Lydia Wang
Assistant Facilitator 

Lydia is currently studying Bachelor of Software Engineering and working on her coding skills for a bright career in the world of Tech.

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