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Events and Activities

You can sign up to the events on Meetup. (For the study groups and the women's tech hub project, sign up to the hack nights.)

For contacting the organisers, use Meetup or Slack (slack handles in brackets).

Study Groups

WebDev 101

What? A self-directed study group for everyone interested in improving their knowledge of web development.
Where? Desklodge House, Redcliffe Way
When? Every other Wednesday night, 6pm - 9pm, part of Workshop Wednesdays
Contact: Steve Brett (@Steve Brett)
WebDev101 Wiki pages

Python Self-led Study Groups

What? Calling all those who want to learn or improve their Python skills, by studying with their peers.
Where? Desklodge House
When? As part of Workshop Wednesdays which are run by Women's Tech Hub every other Wednesday evening, alternating with Hack Night weeks
Contact: Kathryn Armitstead (@Kathryn)

Haskell (inactive)

What? A self-directed study group for people interested in learning Haskell and functional programming.
Contact: Thom Wright (@thomwright)
Haskell group wiki pages

Collaborative Projects

Women’s Tech Hub: Project Rainbow

What? A project to create a charity website, learning from each other about project management, UX, using git etc as well as developing website-building skills.
Where? Framework Co-working Space
When? As part of the Hack Night every other Tuesday night and Women's Tech Hub Workshop Wednesdays every other Wednesday
Contact: Serrie Chapman (@Serrie) or Kathryn Armitstead (@Kathryn)
Women's Tech Hub wiki pages

Python Code Dojo

What? Train your Python skills by working on challenges in small groups. Inspired by the London Python Dojo.
Where? Framework Co-working Space - will move to Workshop Wednesdays in the new year
When? About once a month, advertised on Meetup
Contact: David Foster @David Foster
Python Dojo wiki pages

Hack Nights

What? A chance for developers in Bristol to get together in an informal social setting to work on projects, learn, and share with other developers.
Where? Framework Co-working Space
When? Every two weeks, usually on a Tuesday
Contact: Thom Wright (@thomwright)
Hack Night wiki pages

Workshops and Talks

What? Talks usually held at Framework by CodeHub members for CodeHub members. We are looking to kick off a new series for March 2019, so if you want to hear about a topic or want to share something you know about or have done - let us know!
Where? Usually at Framework.
When? Dates are done on demand with a couple of weeks notice.
Contact: Steve Leach (@steve).
Workshops wiki pages

Mentoring programme

What? We organise mentoring programmes where we pair up mentors and mentees, who are free to structure their own learning projects and timetable.
Where and when? We are just about to start the next round. If you are interested to take part in the next one, join the #mentoring channel on Slack.
Contact: Mark Wales (@smallhadroncollider) or Katja Durrani (@katjad)
Mentoring wiki pages