Girl Develop It - Lehigh ValleyEducation in Allentown, Pennsylvania
Co-founder of Girl Develop It Sara Chipps was profiled by PBS’ American Masters a few months ago. Girl Develop It (GDI) teaches adult women to code. Join your local chapter of GDI to learn coding skills so you can help inspire the next generation of girls to code.
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I don't know about you, but I find motivation and inspiration when I learn with other people. Get instruction on web development by professionals working in the field and unsurpassed peer support from #GDLIV. https://www.girldevelopit.com/chapters/lehigh-valley
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GDILehigh Valley teaches adults 18 years and older, but we often get requests for info on kid’s coding classes. Here’s one you don’t want to miss. Mark your calendar for this Intro to HMTL and CSS class for kids. It’s free, too!
Take your website skills to the next level with this deeper dive into HTML and CSS. RSVP required.
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Wondering how you can use your coding skills to make the world a better place? The Code4PA hackathon was this past weekend, but you can still see all the pitches on Saturday, November 4th starting at 8:00 am in Harrisburg. Email Code4PA@HarrisburgU.edu for details.
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