Ladies Learning Code is a Canada-wide not-for-profit organization providing women (and men) the opportunity to learn beginner-friendly computer programming and other technical skills through hands-on workshops in a social and collaborative way.
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On September 24th, 2016, Ladies Learning Code is hosting its fourth annual National Learn to Code Day -- the first and only event of its kind in Canada. On that day, over 1,500 Canadians will gather together in over 25 communities to challenge themselves to learn a new skill: interactive storytelling and game making using HTML & CSS.
In partnership with Shopify, we'll build on our mission of teaching Canadians 21st century digital skills and encourage them to tell their stories through one of the most popular digital mediums: gaming.
A special thank you to our local partner, Bioware, for their support of this event!
Why Interactive Storytelling & Game Making?
From video games to interactive stories, digital media is a powerful way to make your message, cause, or idea stand out in a crowded online world.
Canada has become a major leader in the video game industry, yet, like most technology, only a small percentage of games are built by women.
In this hands-on, beginner-friendly workshop, you will create a game, quiz, or interactive story that's centred on a case, community, or message that you care about while learning critical coding skills.
Tickets Available: http://llcyegcodeday2016.eventbrite.ca
*Please note that signing up on Meetup.com does not guarantee you a ticket. Tickets must be purchased on EventBrite. Contact Bree and Dana at [masked] for more information.