Code Equality is a non-profit organization that aims to promote computer science awareness among young Malaysians.


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Workshop Series

Rails Girls Web Dev Series - Pt 1

May 9, 2015 Time TBA Venue TBA

This a 4-part beginner workshop series that will teach you how to build full-fledged websites and front-end web apps.

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Rails Girls KL - Learn HTML/CSS

Oct 11, 2014 9am-1pm SAYS Office, Damansara Uptown 1

An intro course for building websites with HTML and CSS. Do apply even if you didn't attend the previous Rails Girls Ruby on Rails workshop!

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Rails Girls KL - Ruby on Rails

Sept 6, 2014 9:30am-4pm SAYS Office, Damansara Uptown 1

For the first time ever, Rails Girls is coming to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia!

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An Introduction to HTML and CSS Workshop

Jul 20, 2014 9am-1pm Wisma Jobstreet, Lorong Medan Tuanku 1, KL

An introductory hands-on course for those who want to learn how to build websites with HTML and CSS.

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Introduction to Javascript

May 24, 2014 9am-1pm iTrain M'sia, E-7-1, Block E, Megan Avenue 1

An introductory hands-on course for students curious about web development with HTML/CSS and Javascript.

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New Coders' Meetup

Apr 26, 2014 10am-12pm Wisma Jobstreet, Lorong Medan Tuanku 1, KL

A regular meetup for beginner coders who want to learn how to code on their own.

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Google Malaysia Company Visit

Apr 1, 2014 9:45am-11:30am Google, Jln Stesen Sentral 5, KL Sentral

First in our series of company visits -- Google Malaysia.

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A Weekend Introduction to Coding

Mar 29-30, 2014 9am-5pm Wisma Jobstreet, Lrg Medan Tuanku 1, KL

An introduction to coding with Python and HTML/CSS. For those who are curious.

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What Is It Like Working In Tech?

Feb 6, 2014 4pm-5pm Audi 7, Sunway College, Bandar Sunway

Hear from Carolyn Au, a software engineer at Google about working in the Silicon Valley, learning programming and pursuing Computer Science.

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What is Code Equality?

Code Equality is a non-profit initiative that aims to promote computer science among Malaysians, with the hope that those who gain early exposure would go on to pursue a career in tech.

Our goals are two-fold:

  • Making computer science education more accessible to all Malaysians.
  • Encouraging more women participation in computer science.

We believe in equal opportunities in learning computer science, hence our name -- Code Equality. As such, we strive to ensure our events are available to all.

Who are we?

We're currently a team of two co-founders.

Wunmin Wong Wunmin graduated from MIT in Management Science with minors in Energy and Economics. Her biggest regret is not majoring in Computer Science in university, hence she’s now turning that missed opportunity into a motivation to prevent other young Malaysians from having the same regret.

Sher Minn Chong Sher Minn graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Computer Science. She is a freelance web developer and designer. She's always excited about teaching programming, web development and design, hand-brewed coffee and bad puns. You can find her on Twitter most days.

Get involved

Like what we do? Have an idea for an event?

If you're interested in getting involved with Code Equality, there are many ways you can help!

Teach or talk

Teach or talk.

Regardless of whether you’re a coding ninja or a coding newb, if you have the enthusiasm to help others learn coding, teach a bootcamp with us or be a teaching assistant!

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Host an event

Host an event.

Invite us to your school or organization to hold a talk or bootcamp. We provide the content; you provide the venue.

Pitch an idea

Pitch us an idea!

Anything else you’d love us to organize? Let us know!

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