A Free and Super Fun Programming Workshop for Women

Build a website using Django in a virtual workshop on the 20th of May!

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Django Girls Workshop Online

Would you like to learn how to build websites but don’t know where to start? Are you excited about programming but are not sure how to begin your journey?

Join us on 20th May 2022 for a free one-day virtual workshop where you can learn how to program in Python and build your own website with Django! 💻

'Django Girls' is an amazing global initiative which aims to kickstart and support women in tech. We will provide you with experienced coaches during the day whom you can ask any questions and who will help you if you get stuck at any point.

You don’t need to know anything about programming in order to participate, we only expect you to bring your own laptop and eagerness to learn something new! 🚀


Meet us online on google meet!

Friday, 20th May 2022

  • 09:00-9:30 Welcome and Introductions
  • 09:30-13:00 Workshop
  • 13:00-14:00 Lunch Break
  • 14:00-14:30 Lightning talks by awesome people from the Python/Django community
  • 14:30-18:00 Workshop (continues)
  • 18:00++ Wrap-up and optional networking


Applications are open! Please fill in the form here. While we focus on inspiring women to get into tech careers, this is an inclusive event so everyone is welcome :-) You just have to be 15 or older!


Meet the event organisers! Feel free to contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions regarding the workshop. Also make sure to check out the FAQs listed below.


Charley Dohren

Charley is an ethical hacker! Learning about networking, web app testing, databases, Linux and Windows systems. I enjoy learning how things work and how to break them. Passionate about diversity and inclusion and wellbeing at work. 

Kirsty Gifford

Hina Kiani

Hina is an ethical hacker in the same team as Charley! 


We couldn't be here without the support from amazing people and the organisations who have donated money, knowledge and time to help us make this a reality.

This Django Girls workshop is sponsored by PwC. 

Django Girls

Django Girls London is a part of bigger initiative: Django Girls. It is a non-profit organization which means that events are organized by volunteers in different places of the world.

To see the source code for the workshop find us on Github: github.com/DjangoGirls.

If you want to bring Django Girls to your city, drop us a line: [email protected].


We're actively looking for coaches and would love you to join! Please feel in this form https://forms.gle/z4DYo4vWeKavs77V6 if you'd like to join :-)

Alex Darby

Charley Dohren

John Southworth

Kirsty Gifford

Kyle Patterson

Sophie Elwin


The Django Girls London workshop will take place online on google meet! We'll be sending the link to the attendees :-)


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do I need to know anything about websites or programming?

The workshop is aimed at complete beginners and no previous knowledge about programming or building websites is required to participate. If you do have some basic previous knowledge (for example, you have done some HTML or CSS in the past), we still encourage you to apply because we are sure you will still have a great time learning about other things such as Python and Django.

Do I need my own laptop?

Yes, you will need your own laptop. The workshop will be 100% online so you'll need a laptop to follow along.

Do I need to pre-install anything on my laptop?

In order to follow the workshop you will need to have a code editor, Git, Python and Django installed on your computer. For a better experience during the workshop, we encourage you to have everything installed in advance. However, you will also have the opportunity to install everything needed in the morning. Feel free to check out the installation manual on the DjangoGirls tutorial website for more info.

Is there any restriction on who can apply to participate in the workshop?

Everybody is welcome to apply. We are trans-inclusive and encourage applications from all women and non-binary people. However, applications from people belonging to minorities and underrepresented groups in technology will have priority.

I can't attend this workshop, will there be more in the future?

Yes, check out the DjangoGirls events page for upcoming workshops all around the world. If you don't want to miss upcoming events in London specifically, please follow DjangoGirls London on Twitter (@djangogirlsldn).

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