Melb Django Girls Application
Hey there! Please use this form to apply as an applicant for the Melb Django Girls workshop to be held on 23rd March 2019. Applicants are not excluded on the basis of gender, however female & non-binary identifying persons will be prioritised.
Your application will be considered and you will be contacted with further details closer to the date.
For more information, please see eventbrite. :)
Personal + Family Name
How old are you?
This will be used as demographic information only. Nb. If you are under 18 you must have a guardian present at all times of the tutorial.
Which operating system do you use on your laptop?
What is your current level of experience with programming?
I don't know anything about programming
I've tried some HTML & CSS
I've tried python before
I work as a programmer
I've completed the DjangoGirls beginners tutorial
If you checked anything other than beginner, could you tell us a bit more about your programming knowledge?
Which workshop are you applying for?
Intermediate Workshop (must have completed beginners workshop)
What is your current occupation?
Why do you want to attend the workshop?
How are you planning to share what you've learnt with others?
How did you hear about DjangoGirls?
Other Meetups (MelbDjango; PyLadies; NodeGirls)
Please select the Dietary Requirement that best suits your needs
We understand that there are an array of dietary requirements, for catering purposes, please select from the available options. If you are anaphylactic or pregnant please advise organisers on or prior to the workshop.
No Dietary Requirements
I acknowledge that some of my data will be used on Third Party Sites and Service. I also acknowledge that photos and videos may be taken on the day and will be used for promotional purposes.
It is important that all attendees comply with the Django Girls Code of Conduct.
I've read and understood the Django Girls Code of Conduct.
I have not read the Django Girls Code of Conduct.
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