Women Who Code is a non profit with a set of programs for engineers focused on building careers we want.
Local Networks around the world host technical, career, educational, and networking events, and free tickets and scholarship opportunities are made available to members through the weekly CODE Review Newsletter, which also features professional success stories from women in the industry.
Who we are? About Women Who Code
Did you know? Industry Fact Sheet
Questions? WWCode FAQ
For interview requests, more information and other inquiries contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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12.15.2016 - Women Who Code Launches in Huntsville, Alabama
12.05.2016 - Women Who Code’s First Cohort Launches Networks In 20 Cities Worldwide
11.18.2016 - Lisa Calhoun of Valor Ventures Joins Women Who Code Board of Advisors
9.14.2016 - Women Who Code Partners With Capital One to Open Local Richmond Network
8.25.2016 - Women Who Code Reaches 80,000 Member Mark
8.25.2016 - WWCode ATL Celebrates 3rd Anniversary
7.28.2016 - Women Who Code Hackathon Atlanta Showcases Diversity in Tech
7.12.2016 - Women Who Code Unveils New Job Board Feature
7.07.2016 - The Women Who Code Hackathon Atlanta: Women Take On Tech
6.21.2016 - Atlassian Supports Women Who Code With $110,000 Donation
6.02.2016 - Y Combinator Backs Women Who Code’s Efforts to Change the Face of Tech
5.12.2016 - Women Who Code Launches Network in Taipei
5.06.2016 - Shawn Layden Joins Women Who Code Board of Advisors
3.15.2016 - Women Who Code Announces Speakers of CONNECT 2016 Seattle Conference
3.14.2016 - Women Who Code Wins National Coding Week Award
3.09.2016 - Mary Hamilton Joins Women Who Code Board of Directors
1.09.2017 - Vancouver Tech Podcast: Ep.58: WWCode Vancouver Director Holly Peck..
1.05.2017 - Inc.com: 17 Inspiring Women to Watch in 2017.
1.04.2017 - Technical.ly: Learn to talk tech with Women Who Code.
12.23.2016 - Tech Alabama: Madison woman looks to change 'NASA monoculture' in Huntsville's tech industry.
11.29.2016 - Fortune: Lisa Calhoun, a founding partner at Valor Ventures, has been named to the Women Who Code board of advisors.
11.23.2016 - 24 Ore: Alaina Percival a Codemotion: “Ragazze, non c’è limite ai traguardi che potete raggiungere”
11.11.2016 - School For Startups Radio: Women Who Code’s Alaina Percival, Garage Girl’s Courtney Hansen & Timeshare Guru Stuart Vener.
11.04.2016 - Linux.com: Women-Focused Networking Events Can Make a Big Difference, Says Twitter's Vinu Charanya.
11.02.2016 - Clif Bar: Cracking the Code with Alaina Percival, CEO of WWCode.
11.02.2016 - Fortune Broadsheet: Hack Reactor has appointed Alaina Percival, CEO of WWCode, to the company’s Scholarship Advisory Board.
11.01.2016 - Technical.ly: You should make your code more accessible with WWCode DC.
10.25.2016 - Economy.bg: Жена зад кода. The woman behind Women Who Code.
10.24.2016 - Re-Work: Talking Tech & Equality With the CEO of Women Who Code.
10.19.2016 - The Daily Texan: WWCode’s Diversity Hackathon tackles stereotypes in computer science.
10.18.2016 - Silicon Republic: Coder Girl Hack Day introduces young girls to technology featuring WWCode Dublin Director Laura Uzcátegui.
10.17.2016 - The Huffington Post: Benefits of Belonging: Empowering Employees With Inclusion.
10.11.2016 - BBC News: What if there were more women in tech?
10.08.2016 - ABC News: Women Who Code launching Richmond Network.
10.06.2016 - Barneys: Meet The Woman Who’s Bringing Together Women Who Code.
10.01.2016 - The Huffington Post: Remote Work Can Work For Tech.
9.15.2016 - Mashable: WWCode Senior UX Developer Kaitlyn Hova was noted as one of London's 7 Standout Female Tech Stars..
9.14.2016 - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Capital One to participate in local WWCode Network.
9.14.2016 - National Engineering Forum: Building the Future with WWCode ATL Director Erica Stanley.
7.25.2016 - CNN Espanol: WWCode Chief Maker Zassmin Montes de Oca was interviewed by CNN Espanol.
6.22.2016 - SF Gate: Atlassian is giving $110,000 to Women Who Code to help provide technical skills for aspiring software engineers.
6.06.2016 - Fortune: Women Who Code, led by CEO Alaina Percival, is entering into Y Combinator.
6.02.2016 - TechCrunch: Y Combinator accepts Women Who Code.