Github and Website Workshop
Welcome to the Github and Website Workshop — an afternoon session designed to introduce cis and trans female students and non binary students to Github, git, HTML, and CSS, with the goal of creating a simple website hosted on Github.
This next offering of this workshop will be on Saturday March 7th, 2015 at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. This pages includes links to the curriculum we used so thats other can build on and learn from our curriculum.
There are limited spots available! Please fill out the following form by February 28th. We will let you know if you've been selected by March 3rd.
The workshop will be interactive and will involve you working on your own and on your own laptop. Everybody attending should bring a laptop and a power cord so that they don't run out of battery.
We will spend five hours working through self-guided content, discussing core concepts as a group. Mentors will be available to answer questions and help you work through the exercises.
This curriculum was written by the wonderful Julia Nguyen
Challenge 1: Design your site
Challenge 2: intro to git and Github - set up a local repo
Challenge 3: HTML - setting up a page
Challenge 4: git - pushing the first commit
Challenge 5: CSS - setting up a stylesheet
Challenge 6: Header - creating a fixed navigation bar
Challenge 7: Main - creating a welcome section
Challenge 8: Main - creating an about me section
Challenge 9: Main - creating a section with three columns
Challenge 10: Main - creating a new page with a grid
Challenge 11: Git - partner programming and merge conflicts
Challenge 12: Footer - creating a footer
Snacks will be provided to attendees. We will make our best effort to accommodate all dietary restrictions - if you have any concerns please contact us.
Learn more git/review concepts:
- intro to git commands - note that steps 1.18 to the end include commands we won't be using today
- git - the simple guide
More coming soon!
If you have any questions about the event, you can contact Evy Kassirer.
If you'd like more updates/information from the WiCS undergrad committee:
visit our website (you can view our calendar here! more events coming soon)
This event would not be possible without all the volunteer mentors, our source of funding (details to be posted soon), and Women in Computer Science Committee.