|18 August 2019||11:30am - 5:30pm|
This workshop aims to teach our community how to code and how it can be implemented in social work.
By the end of the workshop, participant will:
1. Have a better understanding on programming language
2. Able to build their own website.
3. Create bigger social impact by leveraging on the skill learned.
11.30 am – 12.00 pm Registration
12.00 pm – 12.10 pm Briefing
12.10 pm – 02.50 pm Workshop 1
02.50 pm – 03.20 pm Finger food
03.20 pm – 05.20 pm Workshop 2
05.20 pm – 05.30 pm Group photo
What to bring:
2. Charger Laptop
3. Water Tumbler
1)Due to the limited space, only 40 participant will be receiving confirmation email. We will only sent
out confirmation email to you after contacting you for confirmation.
2)Please bring along your own laptop, charging cable.
3)Please inform us at least 3 days before the event if you can’t attend. Participant who absence
without a reason will be blacklisted.
4)This event is suitable for individual who is interested in social work and have no coding experience
or beginner coding experience.
Fahim is the founder of Closer Foundation, a non-profit that teaches people how to code for free. By a very young age, he worked as software engineer for FutureLab and AirAsia. He’s participated in a bunch of Hackathons and helped numerous organisations along the way. His expertise range across Automation, Full Stack Development, Data Analysis and more. He believes knowledge is key and hopes to create a positive impact by nurturing the youth.