TriPython March 2015 Meeting: Peru Teen PyCamp: Inspiring Women and Kids To Enter Programming Within The Developing World
Andrea Villanes, co-founder of Women in Technology Peru (WiT Peru), PhD student in Computer Science at NCSU, and a Research Associate at the Institute for Advanced Analytics, will share her journey to a successful event and lessons learned organizing the first Peru Teen PyCamp. The event, sponsored by the Python Software Foundation, introduced 23 teenagers to Python as their first programming language. Lightning talks, 5 to 10 minutes extemporaneous expositions on a topic of interest to you, something you recently learned, kind of like a show and tell, are always welcome as well. Please see the parking instructions on the BCC website. A wide variety of possibilities for the after-meeting are within steps of BCC.
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