Pink programming Digital sundays

Program with us from your own home!
For the health and safety of our participants and volunteers, we are temporarily moving our Pink Programming Sundays online. As usual, women and transgender people of all ages and programming experience levels are welcome. Let’s not let Covid-19 stop us from learning and programming together!

We will be using the platform GoToTraining for these digital events, so as long as you have a home computer*, you can follow along. You don’t even have to download any software because you can join in right from your browser window (we recommend Chrome for the best experience).

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December 6th – Pink Digital Sunday with Furhat Robotics & Prototyp

Our first December event will be hosted together with Furhat Robotics and Prototyp, and we are preparing something really cool!
Furhat Robotics is a Swedish startup from KTH, building the world’s most advanced social robot: Furhat. Their team of ~20 employees consists of entrepreneurs, programmers, designers, and researchers, all with a joint vision and dream of bringing social robots to the world!
Prototyp is a code lab building digital products for businesses breaking new ground. We’re around 30 employees, and except for the CEO and one business lead, everyone works as a developer!

How, when, and where?

How? Tickets will be released on or Facebook event site at 3 pm on the 1st of December
December 6st, 13.00-16.00
Where? GoToTraining platform. Link to join will be sent to your email inbox when you’ve grabbed your ticket.


Build your first social robot interaction! 🤖🧑‍💻
Language: Scratch Block Programming
Level: Beginner

Join us in building your first interaction with a social robot with the Furhat Robot platform. Using our GUI tool Blockly, we will together explore different aspects of developing skills for social robots and how to rapidly build fun interactions. You’ll be able to test your skill straight on your computer with our virtual robot – the closest thing to meeting a physical robot in real life!

Workshop leaders: Susanna Dillenbeck, Furhat Robotics and Sanna Marklund, Prototyp.

Note: Downloading and installment of a SDK will be a prerequisite for attending the workshop. This will be sent out to you who have grabbed a ticket prior to the event.


Inspirational talk

What you need to know about social robots in 15 min! – Susanna Dillenbeck
Description: Are you curious to know more about social robots and what they can do? Then look no further! In this short inspirational session, you will be introduced to the concept of social robots, learn how they are used, and of course meet the robot Furhat (at least virtually).
Susanna Dillenbeck is an adventure-loving traveller who also happens to be very excited by robots. Originally with a business background, having spent many years at IT consulting company Accenture, she joined Furhat Robotics in 2019 with focus on expanding the business into new market segments.
From facial treatments to pull requests – Linda Almqvist
Description: Linda has worked as a developer for just over two years and started working at Prototyp right after her graduation from Medieinstitutet in Stockholm. Before she decided to become a developer at the age of 30 she worked as a skin therapist for several years.

December 13th - Pink Digital Sunday with Qlik

It’s our favorite time of year! Even though the sky is dark, the streets are all lit up for the holidays. What better way to get some Christmas cheer than to celebrate Lucia with all of you? 🎄
This event will be hosted together with Qlik on the 13th of December, and we will be programming in C# in a workshop titled: Lu(C#)ia and The Advent of Code. This will be a workshop for people with a little programming experience already, so if you want to challenge yourself with coding C#, we are happy to have you! 🤶 🍪

How, when, and where?

How? By grabbing a ticket on our Facebook event site at 15.00 on the 8th of December! 
When? December 13th, 13.00-16.00
Where? GoToTraining platform. Link to join will be sent to your email inbox when you’ve grabbed your ticket.


Lu(C#)ia and The Advent of Code 🌟🧑‍💻

Language: C#
Level: Intermediate programmer

You love Advent Calendars and you love programming? Why not combining both? During this workshop, we will solve the first Advent of Code ( 2020 puzzles using C#.
We will focus on how to understand and analyze problems. Our mentors Antonina and Laurie will discuss solutions together and code live, so that you can code along!
Workshop leaders: Antonina and Laurie
Note: This workshop requires a bit of programming experience (knowledge of basic programming concepts such as if, for, while and arrays, not necessarily C#). Prior to the start of the workshop, please download Visual Studio here:

Inspirational talk

Why it’s rewarding to be a programmer? Why I choose to be one and why C++ is the language of cool kids! – Atieh Mirshahvalad Brännström
Description: “…I will talk about pros and cons of a programmer life and what personality traits helps to perform well in the job from my own experience. I will tell you why I choose this path and how it has rewarded me during my journey. I also will talk about the language choice, why I like C++ and what are Pros and Cons of it.”
Atieh has studied her bachelor and master in Computer Engineering in Tehran before taking her PhD in Computational Science at Umeå university and is currently working as Software Engineer(C++ developer) at Qlik.
What do we do at work? – Kristina Engdahl
Description: Within software companies there are many things to be done, coding is one. A lot of different skills, knowledge, people and perspectives are required to develop a great product. This talk will give some insights to what people do in a software development company.
Kristina Engdahl started her career as a software developer in the early 2000. Since then she has worked with development, quality, project management support, product management sales, leadership all in connection to software development. Currently she is a software developer manager at Qlik!



Sigma IT

Sigma wants to encourage gender diversity within the software industry, and by reaching out to Pink Programming early on, they are the first company to become a main sponsor of Pink Programming. Sigma is a leading consulting group with the objective to make their customers more competitive. Their means is technological know-how and a constant passion for finding better solutions.​

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Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, offering over 165 fully featured services from data centers globally. Millions of customers —including the fastest-growing startups, largest enterprises and leading government agencies—trust AWS to power their infrastructure, become more agile, and lower costs.


Axis Communications

Enabling people to create a smarter, safer world. Axis is the global leader in network video, driving the industry by continually launching innovative network products. Axis offers innovative video surveillance and access control solutions, supported by high quality training and customer service. Axis has long-term relationships with partners and provides them with knowledge and ground-breaking network products in existing and new markets.​



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