Girls Learning Code needs eight laptops! Can you help?

Girls Learning Code needs eight laptops! Can you help?

This summer, Ladies Learning Code will be running two weeks of Girls Learning Code summer camp, and we couldn’t be more excited about it! To learn more about Girls Learning Code, click here. (And to watch a cute video featuring some of the “future web makers” who joined us for Girls Learning Code in March, Read more…

WordPress Workshop: Meet The Mentors!

WordPress Workshop: Meet The Mentors!

Our WordPress workshop with Wes Bos is back by popular demand this Saturday. We’re so thrilled to have Wes return as our lead instructor and welcome all our mentors – some returning, but many new to the Ladies Learning Code Community. Thank you for spending part of your long weekend with us, we couldn’t do Read more…

How to prepare for your upcoming WordPress workshop

How to prepare for your upcoming WordPress workshop

For those of you who have registered for the May 19th “Intro to WordPress” workshop with Wes Bos, there’s a few things we need you to do before you arrive that morning. There are a few things to install and download. The workshop will be way, way better if everyone completes the required installations in Read more…

The JavaScript Quiz

The JavaScript Quiz

Ready to find out if you know enough to be able to attend our JavaScript workshop? The Ladies Learning Code “Are You Ready for JavaScript” Quiz Given the HTML/CSS snippet below, can you answer these 4 questions? 1. What is the font size of the first header with the text “Welcome to Ladies Learning Code!”? Read more…

Introducing Ladies Learning Code’s New Intern: Carly Chalmers!

Introducing Ladies Learning Code’s New Intern: Carly Chalmers!

We are very excited to welcome our new intern Carly Chalmers to the team. Carly will be volunteering with Ladies Learning Code for the summer to help us continue to provide great learning experiences to our enthusiastic community. She is a recent graduate of Ryerson University’s Image Arts – New Media program. She is most interested Read more…

Tale of a Mentor by Linn Øyen Farley

Tale of a Mentor by Linn Øyen Farley

One of my family’s traditions is writing our New Year’s resolutions together (since we’re a family of procrastinators it usually happens around January 4th, but it’s the thought that counts). I graduated from the University of Toronto last May, making 2012 the first calendar year I both started and (hopefully) will end as a full-time Read more…

Interview with Polar Mobile – Our Mother-Daughter Hack Day Sponsor

Interview with Polar Mobile – Our Mother-Daughter Hack Day Sponsor

From very early on, Ladies Learning Code has received an unbelievable amount of support from Toronto’s tech community – and we’re so grateful for it. May is no exception! We’re proud to announce that Polar Mobile is sponsoring our Mother-Daughter Hack Day on Saturday, May 12th. To find out more about Polar Mobile, I interviewed Marlon Read more…

Mother-Daughter Hack Days: Our Wonderful Mentors

Mother-Daughter Hack Days: Our Wonderful Mentors

We’re really looking forward to this weekend’s event, Ladies Learning Code’s Mother-Daughter Hack Days, to celebrate Mothers Day, happening this Sunday for girls and their moms and next Saturday for women and their moms. It’s our first Mother-Daughter Hack Day and it wouldn’t be possible without these wonderful mentors! There are still a few spots Read more…

Ladies Learning Code + Python = Best

Ladies Learning Code + Python = Best

On Saturday, April 28th, 90 women (and men) and over 30 mentors got together at the Centre for Social Innovation for a brand-new Ladies Learning Code workshop: an Introduction to Python. Led by Juan Musleh and sponsored by FreshBooks, this workshop took total beginners through an introduction to programming, and by the end of the Read more…

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