The biweekly Hack Evenings provide a safe and welcoming co-learning environment to work on your side project, online course, tutorials or code challenges and improve your programming skills!
It is not programming language or technology specific - if you are eager to spend time improving your coding skills or you have fun mentoring others, you are welcome to join! When you get stuck with something more experienced members can jump in and help.
The agenda for the evening:
18:30 - Networking: get yourself a drink and a snack
18:50 - Short introduction round so everybody can know your name, what you do and what will be your focus during the event.
19:00 - Coding time: individually or in groups, members are working on projects / courses / coding exercises
You can also join our collaborative Open Source project, if you're curious check the README and the contributing rules
- for the backend: https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/berlin-issues-explorer-be
- for the frontend: https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/berlin-issues-explorer-fe
Not sure what to focus on for the evening? A list of learning resources for different programming languages and ideas for small projects can be found here: https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/Berlin/tree/master/hack-evenings
Stay in touch with the community! Join our slack: https://join.slack.com/t/wwcode-hacknights/shared_invite/enQtMzQwNTg0NTIwMTYyLWJmYjg1YzFlM2RlMjEzNTNlNjQ3OTk5NGNhMGM4NjgxYzllMmQ4Y2ZiYjBiYWIyZjM2YWQ2NzYwYThhNjNiOWU
In order to make our events inclusive and a safe place for people to come learn, we do not tolerate harassment of members or event participants in any form. Please refer to the WWC Code of Conduct which can be found here:
About our host:
Sauce Labs makes continuous testing awesome.