Start Date: 2016-02-01
Djangogirls is a global not for profit organization that helps organizes workshops all around the globe that introduces women to the Python Programming Language and Django framework. At the end of the 2 day workshop the women build a website. In Nigeria, Djangogirls have impacted more than 200 women with workshops in places like Lagos, Ogbomosho, Akure, Ile-Ife, Minna, PortHarcourt, Ota, Awka, Yenegoa and even with more upcoming workshops across the nation. These workshops are largely organized, sponsored and supported by members of the Nigeria Python community and the global python community at large who want to bring about a positive impact in the nation, one woman at a time
Start Date: 2017-01-21
The data science boot camp runs as a regimented learning session and will include virtual classes with foreign-based data scientists, self-paced online certificated courses and face-to- face session by local experts in Machine learning, Statistics, Python and R.
Python Nigeria, partnered with the initiative to provide volunteers that facilitated workshops with almost 200 participants both beginner and intermediate python courses in data science.
Start Date: To be Communicated
This is the first time a Python community event of this level will be taking place in Nigeria. As it is much anticipated, it is expected to attract more than 200 professional, enthusiasts and student delegates, from Nigeria and around the world, to learn about the latest developments and best practices in the Python ecosystem. Unlike many developer conferences, PyCon Nigeria is a not-for-profit conference, run entirely by volunteers dedicated to growing the Python developer community in Nigeria
Start Date: 2016-09-30
The project will give training in coding to 60 disadvantaged girls aged 10 – 14. Selected students will be taken from JSS 1 – JSS 3 classes in low-income public schools. The PyUNG supporting The Carrington Youth fellowship Initiative Education team would provide trainers for the entire duration of the training. The trainers are volunteers from the Nigeria Python community and have had their profile checked to verify their competence in passing on computer skills/programming knowledge to the girls. In addition, with the help of the Python Software Foundation , PyUNG would provide the girls with Raspberry Pi’s to facilitate learning during and after the training program. The PyUNG is one of 5 organizations supporting this initiative.
Links: Smart Girls Curriculum