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What is a Django Girls event?



A Django Girls event is a one-day workshop with an installation party the evening before or remotely via Google Hangout/Skype. During the whole day participants work in small groups (3 attendees + 1 coach) and go through the tutorial to successfully create a blog application and deploy it to the internet.



Django Girls events are always non-profit and free for participants. We do not pay coaches, speakers or organizers. Attendees don't need any previous knowledge about programming and there is no age limitation. All the attendees need is a laptop and some curiosity.



Philosophy




  • Attendees experience matters. When you're learning something new, it is common to get lost or discouraged because it's hard. That's why a helpful and friendly environment matters a lot to the learning experience. Make sure attendees feel like little children in Disneyland, excited to go on an adventure. It's all in the details.

  • Everyone can do it. Technology is for people and everyone can be a creator. Show the bigger picture and encourage attendees to try new things.

  • Its all about the people. People are the core of what we do. We create events that we would want to attend ourselves. Think about your attendees' experience, help them, be welcoming and make sure no one is lost. Be helpful and proactive. Smile, ask questions, make them feel awesome.



Using the Django Girls name



To use the Django Girls name for your workshop, your event needs to meet the following prerequisites:




  • it needs to be free for participants (free of charge, application process open to everyone), and women will have preference in attending

  • it has to be non-profit

  • it has to be approved by the Django Girls Foundation, remember to contact us first! Details below.


What is a Django Girls event?



A Django Girls event is a one-day workshop with an installation party the evening before or remotely via Google Hangout/Skype. During the whole day participants work in small groups (3 attendees + 1 coach) and go through the tutorial to successfully create a blog application and deploy it to the internet.



Django Girls events are always non-profit and free for participants. We do not pay coaches, speakers or organizers. Attendees don't need any previous knowledge about programming and there is no age limitation. All the attendees need is a laptop and some curiosity.



Philosophy




  • Attendee's experience matters. When you're learning something new, it is common to get lost or discouraged because it's hard. That's why a helpful and friendly environment matters a lot to the learning experience. Make sure attendees feel like little children in Disneyland, excited to go on an adventure. It's all in the details.

  • Everyone can do it. Technology is for people and everyone can be a creator. Show the bigger picture and encourage attendees to try new things.

  • It's all about the people. People are the core of what we do. We create events that we would want to attend ourselves. Think about your attendees' experience, help them, be welcoming and make sure no one is lost. Be helpful and proactive. Smile, ask questions, make them feel awesome.



Using the Django Girls name



To use the Django Girls name for your workshop, your event needs to meet the following prerequisites:




  • it needs to be free for participants (free of charge, application process open to everyone), and women will have preference in attending

  • it has to be non-profit

  • it has to be approved by the Django Girls Foundation, remember to contact us first! Details below.


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