Women in Computer Science offers programming workshops to the Waterloo community

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Programming can help students achieve more in their studies and allow faculty and staff to make light of repetitive and routine tasks, but many shy away from programming because learning to code can seem daunting.

To overcome this challenge, Women in Computer Science (WiCS) — a group of undergraduates, graduates and faculty members dedicated to promoting women who are interested in studying computer science — has offered programming workshops to help any novices and students at the university learn the basics of this important skill. Read the full story.

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