Come and join us with your laptop or tablet PC to learn the basics of
, what technologies you should learn (including
and CSS) and how to continue from here - to build
everything from a small blog up to more comprehensive website like SkillMe.
Or are you a developer who wants to help others learn
? You are super welcomed as well!
Preparation for the event:
please RSVP to the event directly on SkillMe, so we have a better overview of how many people actually join the event (of course you can cancel later in case your plans change):
Learn Web Development - for beginners (& teachers)
don't forget your laptop or tablet PC
At the event:
We want to help people with different experience levels the best way possible.
That's why we created an overview to help you figure out what you should do at the event, depending on your experience. What step sounds like the best starting point for you?
Step 1: Learn the basics of
every modern website that you visit is based on HTML, CSS &
in the frontend (the part of the website you download on your device when visiting a website), and a lot of different
programming languages which you can choose from (for example
) in the backend (the server where the website & database is hosted)
Don't know yet how to write code on your laptop? Here are 3 suggestions, all free:
The quickest way (online): Just visit
and start coding
Offline: download & install
Visual Studio Code
(recommended for more serious / bigger projects, with a lot of helpful
plugins that save a ton of time),
Learning resources for you, try out and see what you prefer:
Amazon book (paid):
YouTube video tutorial (free):
HTML Full Course - Build a Website Tutorial - YouTube
Step 2: Play around with mini project examples, to get more comfortable with
See what you like most:
Step 3: Plan & build a concrete project, that matters to you:
a travel blog
a photo gallery
a Snake game (see
Build a quiz game
Analyze data from APIs of other websites (YouTube, Meetup, Google Maps, Twitter, Buffer, Google Vision
Projects for inspiration:
or search via Google
Step 4: Help others learning
- ask around who needs help.
>> Safe Space Policy:<<
You deserve events where you feel welcomed and relaxed - not judged by others, not harassed and not mansplained by anyone. That counts regardless of your gender, sexual
orientation, age, religion or outfit. To make sure everyone at our event has a great time just make sure you follow our one rule: Be excellent to each other. Or in other words: be nice, welcoming,
and if you are a cis male, be conscious of not dominating conversations and don't
If anyone makes you feel uncomfortable - talk to that person. Or talk to one of
the organizers in person or message me: firstname.lastname@example.org
This group is both for beginners who want to learn to code - and those who want to learn a new programming language, framework or other technology. Want to learn Python or Web development for example
and don't know where to get started? Then you should totally join us! Or are you an experienced developer and want to help beginners with coding questions? Please join us as well!
What events do we organize:
This group will be mostly focused on Co-Learning events. But if you have any suggestions for giving talks, organizing workshops or other formats - let's talk about organizing such events as well!
Safe Space Policy:
You deserve events where you feel welcomed and relaxed - not judged by others, not harassed and not mansplained by anyone. That counts regardless of your gender, sexual orientation, age, religion or
To have a great time just make sure you follow our one rule:
Be excellent to each other.
(or in other words: be nice, welcoming, and if you are a cis male, be conscious of not dominating conversations and don't mansplain
If anyone makes you feel uncomfortable - talk to one of the organizers in person or message me: