Tuesday Coders

2023-24 Fall Tuesday Coders Workspace 


Girls Who Code Norfolk Coders Workspace


April 9, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Jade Raymond is the mind behind Assassin’s Creed seriesWatch Dogs, and Far Cry 4.  She started her career at Sony, before moving to Electronic Arts (EA) in 2003 to become a producer for The Sims Online. Her work caught the attention of Ubisoft Montreal, who hired her to lead the development of the first Assassin’s Creed game.

She went on to head her own independent studio, Haven Studios, creating a new original IP for the PlayStation.


Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Refer to your TODO list and code at least one of the items on your list.  Ask for help, if you need it.
  2. Examples of CTAs you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 5  Call to Action.
    • In a final backdrop.
    • In a speech bubble.
    • In your project description.
  3. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  4. Resources for Creative Common Sounds:  Pixabay Sounds Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

Micro:bit Activities


 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials
  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




March 26, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Babbette Rosalie Jackson (she/her) is a Cybersecurity Analyst from San Francisco who currently works at Juniper Networks in Silicon Valley. Her main title is Data Loss Prevention (DLP), where she ensures that sensitive data is not lost, misused, or accessed by unauthorized users. Babbette attended California State Polytechnic University of Pomona. In May 2019, she graduated as the only Black woman in a class of 150+ to receive her degree in Business Administration/Computer Information Systems, with an emphasis in Information Security and Forensics. Babbette seeks to advocate and educate people about cybersecurity and make the space more accessible for people with disabilities like autism and ADHD. Her life goal is to inspire through action; she wants people to believe that if she did it, then anybody can.

Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Refer to your TODO list and code at least one of the items on your list.  Ask for help, if you need it.
  2. Examples of CTAs you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 5  Call to Action.
    • In a final backdrop.
    • In a speech bubble.
    • In your project description.
  3. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  4. Resources for Creative Common Sounds:  Pixabay Sounds Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

Micro:bit Activities


 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials
  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




March 19, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Jasmine Crowe is an award-winning entrepreneur, TED Speaker, children’s book author, and leader who, while working to make the world a better place, founded Goodr, a tech-enabled sustainable food waste management company that strives to eliminate hunger and save food from landfills. Jasmine’s goal is to foster change and create awareness about today’s most pressing socio-economic challenges including poverty, food waste and hunger.


Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Refer to your TODO list and code at least one of the items on your list.  Ask for help, if you need it.
  2. Examples of CTAs you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 5  Call to Action.
    • In a final backdrop.
    • In a speech bubble.
    • In your project description.
  3. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  4. Resources for Creative Common Sounds:  Pixabay Sounds Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

Micro:bit Activities


 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials
  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




March 12, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Discover how Momo Pixel is Changing the Game by using her style, passion and Pixel Art game, Hair Nah, to inspire more equity in the gaming industry.

Momo Pixel is an artist, a gamer and a developer who channeled her anxiety into a game. She was tired of saying “Don’t Touch My Hair” to curious people who seemingly couldn’t help themselves, and that led to a creation that’s inspiring girls who code. The Google Play Change the Game initiative continues to honor female developers changing the world with their ideas.

Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Refer to your TODO list and code at least one of the items on your list.  Ask for help, if you need it.
  2. Examples of CTAs you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 5  Call to Action.
    • In a final backdrop.
    • In a speech bubble.
    • In your project description.
  3. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  4. Resources for Creative Common Sounds:  Pixabay Sounds Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

Micro:bit Activities


 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials
  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.



March 5, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Catt Small is a product designer, game maker, and developer currently working with Asana. She is also a co-founder of Brooklyn Gamery, a game development studio focusing on the release and development of diversity-focused games and events.

From a young age, Catt always loved drawing, designing, and video games. When she was 10 years old, she learned how to code and made her first video game, a dress-up doll. In the video games she played, she noticed a lack of characters that looked like her. She was inspired to tell her personal story through an adventure game.

Catt also noticed a disparity between female players and developers. About 48% of game players are women, but only 22% of the game industry workforce are women, and only 33% of women in the gaming industry are developers. Only about 7% of developers in the game industry were women in 2015! (It's about 23% in 2024.)  This inspired Catt to co-found Code Liberation, a non-profit organization that teaches women, nonbinary, femme, and girl-identifying people to program. Not only does she teach women the skills needed to develop a game, but she shares with them the struggles and support needed to pursue their careers as developers.


Teambuilding & Project Activity

GWC tutorials discuss 5 parts of a game: components, goal, rules, challenge, and mechanics.  Because this is a community impact project, we also need a Call to Action CTA.  Consider these question when writing your TODO list:

  • Have you added all the components to your game?  Are some missing, such as backdrops, sprites, etc.?
  • Is the goal of your game explained (usually in the Scratch Instruction block)?
  • Have you explained the rules (again, using the instruction block)?
  • Is the challenge coded, such as the logic for a catching game or avoidance game?
  • Are the mechanics in place?  Are the sprites moving as they should, sound effects working, etc.?
  • Is there a CTA?


  1. Refer to your TODO list and code at least one of the items on your list.  Ask for help, if you need it.
  2. Examples of CTAs you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 5  Call to Action.
    • In a final backdrop.
    • In a speech bubble.
    • In your project description.
  3. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  4. Resources for Creative Common Sounds:  Pixabay Sounds Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

Micro:bit Activities


 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials
  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.



February 27, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Imagine what you could do if you could invent anything in the world. Where would you start? Who would you talk with? Haiyan Zhang asks herself similar questions each day. As a result, she created innovative technology! Haiyan currently serves as the Innovation Director at Microsoft Research. She co-founded OpenIDEO and appeared on BBC’s invention series Big Life Fix.

After researching Parkinson’s disease, Haiyan invented a tremor-reducing watch called ‘Project Emma’ to help people with Parkinson’s write and draw. She drew inspiration from her conversations with people with Parkinson’s and her previous experiences creating biomedical applications.

Teambuilding & Project Activity

GWC tutorials discuss 5 parts of a game: components, goal, rules, challenge, and mechanics.  Because this is a community impact project, we also need a Call to Action CTA.  Consider these question when writing your TODO list:

  • Have you added all the components to your game?  Are some missing, such as backdrops, sprites, etc.?
  • Is the goal of your game explained (usually in the Scratch Instruction block)?
  • Have you explained the rules (again, using the instruction block)?
  • Is the challenge coded, such as the logic for a catching game or avoidance game?
  • Are the mechanics in place?  Are the sprites moving as they should, sound effects working, etc.?
  • Is there a CTA?


  1. Write your TODO list of what needs to be done in your code based on the questions above.
  2. Consult with a facilitator to insert your TODOs into code comments.
  3. Refer to the demo link below on 3 ways to add a call to action in your Scratch project.
  4. Example you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 5  Call to Action.
    • In a final backdrop.
    • In a speech bubble.
    • In your project description.
  5. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  6. Resources for Creative Common Sounds:  Pixabay Sounds Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

Using Micro:bit as Controller


Go to the 
Watch the video or follow the instructions  

After you download the code to your micro:bit, go to this demo Scratch project

Sign in to Scratch and remix the project.  Add logic to control the submarine with a left or right tilt.

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.



February 20, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Leah Buechley is a former professor and electrical engineer at MIT's Media Lab, where researchers come together across all disciplines to innovate in design and technology. She invented the LilyPad Arduino kits you will use in class to make wearable tech! Now Leah runs her design consulting firm focused on "playful integrations" of tech and design.

Teambuilding & Project Activity


  1. Login to Google's Bard AI to refer to your project plans.
  2. Follow along with the demo on 3 ways to add a call to action in your Scratch project.
  3. Example you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 5  Call to Action.
    • In a final backdrop.
    • In a speech bubble.
    • In your project description.
  4. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  5. Resources for Creative Common Sounds:  Pixabay Sounds Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.



February 13, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Brina Lee was the first female engineer at Instagram and worked on Instagram video, Direct, and other features. She graduated with an undergrad degree in, Communications and Masters in Computer Science from UC San Diego. Brina is now a Co-Founder of the Gaming company Hamul. Brina took her first coding classes in high school, which she thought were boring until she discovered web coding.

Brina started her career in marketing. She built and rebuilt her company’s website, each time from scratch. Brina took a class online for C#, and something inside her clicked. She finished the prerequisites for a Master's degree in Computer Science and landed a user experience design UX internship at Yahoo!. While working on her Master's degree, Brina interned at Google, where she built a My Maps feature and interned at Facebook, where she worked on Timeline. Brina went on to work full-time at Facebook. She built the post editing tool and growth features and has worked on many different parts of the Instagram Android app, like the activity feed, search and explore, and Instagram Direct.
Watch the video to learn more about Brina’s experience as a computer scientist.

Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Login to Google's Bard AI to refer to your project plans.
  2. Follow along with the demo on 3 ways to add a call to action in your Scratch project.
  3. Example you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 5  Call to Action.
    • In a final backdrop.
    • In a speech bubble.
    • In your project description.
  4. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  5. Resources for Creative Common Sounds:  Pixabay Sounds Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.



February 6, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

DJ_Dave is a queer-identifying, experimental electronic-pop artist, DJ, and producer who makes her music using code — a genre otherwise known as algorave. She is one of the first artists to combine live coding and DJ mixing simultaneously in her shows.

"Normally with DJing, you are limited to the music that you have on your hard drive," DJ_Dave told us. "But with live coding, you can genuinely read a dance floor and create a song you think would fit well in the moment and play it."

Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Login to Google's Bard AI to refer to your project plans.
  2. Follow along with the demo on how to add and edit sound effects in your Scratch project.
  3. Example you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 4  Importing Sound Effects
  4. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  5. Resources for Creative Common Sounds:  Pixabay Sounds Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.



January 30, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Meet Sarah Bellis, a trailblazer in the tech industry who has been making waves at Volvo Cars since 2018. Starting her journey through the Global Graduate program, Sarah quickly rose through the ranks to become an XR Developer and an UX Prototyper. XR Development is technology education focused on Extended Reality. The program prepares you for jobs in Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR). A prototyper creates rough versions of a product that helps you understand what concept, user flow, and layout the design solution has, and how the future product is going to work.

In her role at the Exploration & Enablement Labs within Volvo Cars, Sarah dives into the world of emerging technologies, crafting immersive experiences that elevate user interactions. She has a passion for creating virtual and augmented reality experience.

Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Login to Google's Bard AI to refer to your project plans.
  2. Follow along with the demo on how to add and edit sound effects in your Scratch project.
  3. Example you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 3 Sound Effects
  4. Here is a helpful video on the difference between Play Sound and Start Sound.
  5. Resources for Creative Common Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.



January 23, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Ari Melenciano is an artist, designer, creative technologist, researcher, and educator passionate about exploring the relationships between various forms of design and sentient (or sensory) experiences.
She founded Afrotectopia, a social institution fostering interdisciplinary innovation at the intersections of art, design, technology, Black culture, and activism. It is a festival, an experimental school, a fellowship, and a space for people of color to create new media art, share resources, and imagine new futures for themselves. For Ari and her collaborators, code and design are tools to dream of new possibilities outside the societal systems that created racial disparity and denied access to Black people.

Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Login to Google's Bard AI to refer to your project plans.
  2. Follow along with the demo on how to use "broadcast" to trigger events in your Scratch project.
  3. Example you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion Stage 2
  4. Resources for Creative Common Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.



January 16, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Do you think coding and computer science can be creative or artistic? Today's GWC Tech Spotlight got into coding because it has allowed her to combine her love of fashion and art with her interest in science and math. Fran Kalal is a Technical Director at Pixar and has worked on films like Inside Out, Brave, and Up!
Watch the video to learn more about Fran Kalal and her work at Pixar.

Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Login to Google's Bard AI to refer to your project plans.
  2. Follow along with the demo on how to find, download and upload images to Scratch for your sprites and backdrops.
  3. Example you can remix and play with:  Ocean Cleanup Champion
  4. Resources for Creative Common Images: Pixabay.comPixnio.comPexels.comMorguefile.comUnsplash.com

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.





January 9, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Despite initially being rejected by Pixar Studios, Domee Shi has now made history as the first woman to direct a Pixar short and a solo feature, "Turning Red," throughout the studio’s 36-year history. 

Ever since she was young, Shi wanted nothing more than to become an artist, posting her works on DeviantArt. She then enrolled in Sheridan College, which helped her make her way into the animation industry. For Shi, it was her passion and determination that catapulted her to the top. 


Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Discuss educational game design ideas and structure: quiz, catcher, obstacle.
  2. Use Google's Bard AI to create a game or animation plan. (You need to login to Google).
    • You can copy and paste this starter prompt for what interests you:

Write a plan for a very simple Scratch.org game about ocean pollution. The plan should include components, goal, rules, challenge and mechanics.

  1. Create a sharable link to your game
  2. Login to the project site on Replit.
  3. Add your name and game plan link to gameplans.txt.
  4. Here's my example of an ocean cleanup quiz: https://g.co/bard/share/8d37f705bff3 and a rain and drought plant animation: https://g.co/bard/share/abbddfabd303

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




January 2, 2024

Women in Code Spotlight

Dr. Mitu Khandaker is a professor at NYU Game Center and co-founder of Glow Up Games.  She is helping to create games that celebrate Black and brown joy — including one based on a hit TV show. 

Teambuilding & Project Activity

  1. Discuss educational game design ideas and structure: quiz, catcher, obstacle.
  2. Use Google's Bard AI to create a game or animation plan. (You need to login to Google).
    • You can copy and paste this starter prompt for what interests you:

Write a plan for a very simple Scratch.org game about ocean pollution. The plan should include components, goal, rules, challenge and mechanics.

  1. Create a sharable link to your game
  2. Login to the project site on Replit.
  3. Add your name and game plan link to gameplans.txt.
  4. Here's my example of an ocean cleanup quiz: https://g.co/bard/share/8d37f705bff3 and a rain and drought plant animation: https://g.co/bard/share/abbddfabd303

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




December 19, 2023

Women in Code Spotlight

Claire Monteleoni is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research focus is with artificial intelligence and machine learning with applications in climate science, climate informatics and sustainability in energy, environment and agriculture. Monteleoni co-founded the Climate Informatics Workshop in 2011.

Teambuilding & Sisterhood Activity

  1. Discuss Environment project theme and objectives.
  2. Identify sites for research.
  3. Login to the project site on Replit.
  4. Add the research links you find to the research.txt file.

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to sample demo project in Scratch for rain effect and follow along.
  2. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  3. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  4. Continue learning to code with the tutorial you started.  Depending on what you choose, you'll need a Scratch or Replit account to do the tutorial.
  5. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  6. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




December 12, 2023

Women in Code Spotlight

Danielle Feinberg is the Visual Effects Supervisor at Pixar Animation Studios. Her specialty is adding lighting and effects in animated movies to make each image look realistic!  Danielle's interest in computers and art started when she was 8. She started using the LOGO programming language, where she coded a turtle to draw shapes and images. She enrolled in summer camps and after-school programs to learn about computer science. In her role at Pixar, she continues to combine computer science and art in transforming many animated films. Since her start in 1997, Danielle has worked on several different films including, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, WALL-E, Brave, and Coco.

Teambuilding & Sisterhood Activity

  1. Discuss Environment project theme and objectives.
  2. Identify sites for research.
  3. Login to the project site on Replit.
  4. Add the research links you find to the research.txt file.

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Continue learning to code with the tutorial you started.  Depending on what you choose, you'll need a Scratch or Replit account to do the tutorial.
  4. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  5. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




December 5, 2023

Women in Code Spotlight

Amy Robinson Sterling, the Executive Director of EyeWire, a game designed to map the brain and played by nearly 200,000 people worldwide. In EyeWire, gamers solve 3D puzzles that map out neurons, allowing neuroscientists to map synaptic connections among neurons. Using games to crowdsource data analysis and solve scientific problems is a growing trend.

Teambuilding & Sisterhood Activity

  1. Discuss results of voting for theme.
  2. Pick a theme.
  3. Narrow down on theme topic, if necessary.
  4. Demo ways to riff on different tutorials for project.

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Continue learning to code with the tutorial you started.  Depending on what you choose, you'll need a Scratch or Replit account to do the tutorial.
  4. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  5. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.



November 28, 2023

Women in Code Spotlight


Get ready to be inspired by Dr. Uma Jayaram, a tech superstar! She's the General Manager at SEED (Search for Extraordinary Experience Division) in Electronic Arts, where she leads an amazing team focused on researching the future of gaming and entertainment.  EA creates games such as The Sims.

Teambuilding & Sisterhood Activity

  1. Go to the Theme Voting form.
  2. Pick your favorite themes in order 1,2,3.

 Learn Coding @Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Continue learning to code with the tutorial you started.  Depending on what you choose, you'll need a Scratch or Replit account to do the tutorial.
  4. Be sure to check off each task as you complete it.  That makes it easier to start where you left off.
  5. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




November 14, 2023

Women in Code Spotlight


 Joan Marie Tubungbanua - a Girls Who Code club member from 2016 and now a NASA Engineer.

She is in charge of the test platform for a spacecraft.  She is part of the team that launched the Pschye spacecraft that will explore an asteroid  that is 3x  further away from the Earth than the sun.

Complete Avatar Activity

Follow instructions at bottom of page.  Be sure your Replit.com account is set up first and that you're a team member of our group, per the instructions below.

Teambuilding & Sisterhood Activity

Welcome our new facilitator, 

  1. Write three activities you're passionate about.
  2. What three causes are you passionate about?
  3. Discuss with the group.

Explore Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Pick a coding tutorial that interests you.  Depending on what you choose, you'll need a Scratch or Replit account to do the tutorial.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




October 24, 2023

Women in Code Spotlight

Roberta Lucca - Co-founder of Bossa Studios

Complete Avatar Activity

Follow instructions below from last week.

Explore Girls Who Code Tutorials

  1. Go to Girls Who Code website and login.
  2. Go to the Learn to Code page.
  3. Pick a coding tutorial that interests you.  Depending on what you choose, you'll need a Scratch or Replit account to do the tutorial.
  4. Most of the tutorials provide starter code to help you.




October 17, 2023

Register on GirlsWhoCode

If you haven't already done so, register at hq.girlswhocode.com using the email invite I sent you.  If you don't have the email, follow the video instructions below.  The club code this year is VA50600.

Introductions

Introduce yourself with your name, grade, and coding experience.


Teambuilding & Sisterhood Activity

  1. Write three activities you're passionate about.
  2. What three causes are you passionate about?
  3. Discuss with the group.

Join Our Replit Team

  1. Login to Replit.com
  2. Use this link to join the team.
  3. Let me know when you've joined so I can add you to the project.

Create Your Avatar

  1. Go to GirlsWhoCodeGirls
  2. Select options for your character, universe, and identity.
  3. Save your completed image to the laptop.
  4. Upload it to images folder on the Replit Team Project (after you've joined the team).







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