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Girls Programming Network Perth Node

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  • University of Western Australia EZONE Student Hub (EZONE Central: Building 275)
    35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA 6009, Australia

Each school term around Australia, Girls Programming Network runs free, full-day workshops that teach high school girls and gender minorities to code using Python.

Our events are all about learning together, making new friends and having fun with technology. No coding experience is required.

This event is BYOD (bring your own device), so bring your laptop with you. There are some laptops available for students that can't bring one.

Perth workshops are run by volunteer tutors from Perth’s IT community - teachers, people working in industry, and students and staff from Perth’s universities.

Join us for a fun day learning to code, meeting new people, plus free morning snacks & pizza lunch. See you there.

Perth Girls Programming Network for Term 3 will be held at the University of Western Australia.

Location Map - UWA EZONE Central: Building 275.

One weekend day each term we run a workshop with an activity where girls can learn about an exciting topic in computer science. Topics we explore range from Cryptography to Artificial Intelligence. In National Science Week we will be programming Markov Chains.

This workshop will use use the Python programming language (no experience required). Participants will learn to program in Python and get hands-on experience writing computer programs.

Attending is a great way to improve girls’ programming skills, regardless of what level they are currently at.