It was a sunny Autumn day in Melbourne, perfect weather for a bit of indoor hacking!
This time students had the first crack at our Websites with Python Flask workshop. It was a gentle introduction to building websites, covering the basics of web browsers, HTML and CSS. One of the great advantages of Flask is that it is very simple to use at first, and still contains everything you need to make a contemporary website.
Overall it was a great success! Many students had never built a website before, and now with Flask under their belts they can take their ideas and put them on the web. With a great number of links to extra resources they can continue their learning after the workshop.
(The freshly-baked cookies were also very well received!)
OpenTechSchool Australia would like to thank everyone for helping to make this happen. Thanks to OpenTechSchool Berlin for all the support and encouragement, for the Aussie volunteers who helped organise and coach the event, as well as develop the workshop material. Special thanks to Electron Workshop for the venue and support. And extra special thanks to all the wonderful beginners! We are all looking forward to the next workshop
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://blog.opentechschool.org/2013/04/melbourne-breaks-new-ground-with-python-flask.html