17 - 21 August

Do you know the basics of HTML, CSS and JavaScript, but want more practice and to build something of your own?   

Pink Programming presents an online JavaScript course with React.js. Teacher-led lessons will be combined with hands-on programming tasks—all to give you the best possible programming start.

Pink Programming’s summer coding camps are dearly loved among their participants and new friendships have been forged every summer for the past five years. We don’t want to pass on this despite this year’s theme of social distancing. We will offer online summer courses that are unlike anything you’ve seen before! 

During the camp, we will mix things up with fun social activities like cook-alongs, yoga, and games. You will also meet female developers who will tell you about their journeys and be available to answer all of your questions.

About the camp

Memory, Minesweeper and Snake. This online camp will introduce you to React.js through all your favourite nostalgic games. Between coding lectures and mentors guiding you through your programming tasks, the camp offers morning yoga, dancing classes, cook-alongs and lots of activities to get to know each other while learning to code nostalgic games.

This course will introduce you to the React.js framework and further your knowledge in HTML, CSS and Javascript. React.js is used by most web development companies to build interactive web applications because of its useful features and easy adaptability. It is a highly sought after web skill and this course is a great introduction. 

The pace of the course is intensive - the goal is to learn and program a whole lot - about 5 hours a day. We will fill your schedule from morning till evening, when you’re not programming you will be taking part in inspirational and fun activities. Our goal is to bring fun to programming and help you get to know your fellow female developers. Who knows, maybe you will be future colleagues?


We highly recommend doing React.js official tutorial before starting the camp: will walk you through the basics of React.js and get you in the mood for building games - you will build a Tic Tac Toe game!If you feel a bit rusty in HTML, CSS and Javascript we recommend refreshing your basic skills using W3Schools or Free Code Camp tutorials:

Expected learning outcomes

  • How to build a website from scratch
  • How to build small, but fun interactive games from scratch
  • How to structure your code into React components
  • How to use props and state in React
  • Basic versioning of code using git and GitHub
  • Hosting your site on GitHub pages

What else will we do? Get to know each other games, yoga, dancing, cook-along, inspirational talks, online games

All you need to know

Where and When

  • Online,  August 17th - August 21st

How much programming per day?

  • 2,5h online lecture
  • 2h working on your own with support from mentors
  • 1h wrap up of what we’ve learned through the day

Who is this camp for?

  • If you like learning by doing, then you’ve come to the right place. This camp is for those of you who are familiar with HTML, CSS and Javascript, but want to get your hands dirty by building something of your own. 
  • We welcome all women-identified, whether they are girls, aunts, ladies, cis or trans. Our camps are also open to those who do not identify themselves as women but, because of gender identity, do not feel represented among programmers.
  • Detailed instructions on which programs to download and install will be communicated ahead of time.
  • You need access to a computer where you are allowed to install software.
  • Your computer must have audio and video capabilities, and you also need access to a reliable Internet connection.  

    What is the price?

    • Corporate Price: 5999 SEK (For companies that want to send their employees)
    • Regular Price: 2999 SEK 
    • Student or unemployed Price: 2499 SEK 

    Which language will the class be in?

    Lectures will be held in English. We will be able to provide explanations and help in Swedish.


    Your friends at the camp

    Head teacher

    Antonina is originally from Ukraine, but has now lived in Sweden for 11 years. She got a master’s degree in Computer Science from Lund University in 2015 and has been working as a software engineer since then. She has done Android development as an intern at Google, worked as Java back-end developer with e-commerce and as a full-stack .NET developer in various web projects via Consid, a big Swedish IT consultancy company. She likes being versatile and learning new technologies all the time. 

    Now she is at a big consumer electronics company, where she works with distributed systems using Scala as the primary programming language. But she has of course also done quite a bit of React.js, both for work, but also as a hobby, and thinks that it is the best front-end framework!

    Antonina is passionate about teaching and explaining. She has worked a lot as a teaching assistant in Lund, in parallel with her studies. She was head teacher at a Pink programming camp in C# last year and has also led multiple Sunday workshops.

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    Code Mentor

    Klara is a student at Lund University. In high school and the years after she studied languages, and first got into programming after attending a Java camp with Pink programming back in 2016. The camp really sparked her interest in programming and she decided to switch to the Computer Engineering program. She likes being challenged and learning to solve problems and being a camp mentor is a way to spread the joy of programming to others!

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    Camp Leader

    Charlotte lives in Stockholm and is currently studying to become an engineer in Media Technology at KTH. Before her studies she had never programmed, however during her first programming course she quickly became fascinated with it. Charlotte will coordinate the practical details for this camp and is very excited to (virtually) meet you this summer.

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    Organized by

    Pink Programming

    We are a non profit organization aiming to encourage and inspire women to code. We welcome all women-identified, whether they are girls, aunts, ladies, cis or trans. Our events are of course also open to those who do not identify themselves as women but because of gender identity does not feel represented among programmers.