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Toronto Teen Club Code & Coffee | Third Sunday of Each Month in 2017

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Canada Learning Code

129 Spadina Ave

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Toronto, Ontario

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What is Code & Coffee?

Want to continue working on a project you built at a workshop? Have a project of your own you need some help and inspiration to complete?

Join us for Code and Coffee!

Code and Coffee is an informal meetup to get together and code in a fun, social and collaborative environment. If you love our workshops you'll enjoy connecting with others from the Teens Learning Code community of learners and mentors. Similarly to our workshops, we'll have some mentors available to help you with your projects but the real benefit of Code & Coffee is to connect with other learners and work through solving problems together!

There are no requirements to attend other than the willingness to collaborate and learn something new. Bring a project or we'll have some available that you can work on! All levels of expertise are welcome just RSVP and bring your laptop and powercord.

November Code and Coffee Theme

This month, our Code and Coffee session will be a workshop on making mobile apps. Learners will work together to brainstorm mobile app ideas which focus on solving a problem for their user. They will learn about the app development process, including how to design mockups and create wireframes for their apps. This workshop will also unpack UI/UX, the difference between the two, and how to use design thinking to create a great user experience.

PS: This is new content, so we are looking to you - our awesome teen club members - to help test it out! We'd love to get feedback - to hear what you liked and didn't like - and how this content could be even more amazing and useful for teens


What is Teens Learning Code?

Teens Learning Code is for 13 to 17 year old highschool girls, trans, and non-binary youth — and is much more than learning how to code. It is also about learning problem solving skills, how to turn ideas into reality, exposure to what a future in technology could look like, networking and making friends!



Requirements

This is a Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL) workshop, but we'll also have a limited number of laptops available to borrow. If you'll need a laptop, that's no problem! Just let us know in the registration form, and we can reserve one for you! If you are bringing your own computer, please be sure to bring your powercord.


Make a Donation

This (free) event is made possible from our friends at Google - and individual donations. If you'd like to help programs like this for teenage girls possible, feel free to make a donation!


Questions? Email us at info@canadalearningcode.ca

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