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Empowering Women in Technology

Empower other women in tech by disrupting the status quo. Make lasting changes to the tech industry’s culture by advocating in existing spaces. Establish leaders, push for growth, pay them fair wages, and support them through their career. Women succeed when they have the same access to opportunities and the right to make choices, can control their lives, and establish their self-worth. 

You belong in the tech industry. You are worthy of taking up space as a technologist and owning your career identity. Feel empowered to punch above your weight, apply for that promotion, mentor a fellow technologist, and use your voice.

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Women Who Code has communities all over the globe of fellow technologists looking to grow their career and improve their skills. Join a community today and start building connections. 
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Empowering Representation

Representation can empower others to set goals and explore opportunities they once thought impossible. You create representation when you show up as yourself in the tech industry. As you know, women make up 25% percent of the tech industry and hold 24% percent of C-suite roles in tech. However, when you share your experience and celebrate yourself as a technologist, it normalizes women in tech for everyone.

Celebrating Women's History Month

You Are History In The Making
Gabriella Hall | WWCode Social Media and Content Coordinator

We believe Women’s History Month is more than just remembering the women of yesterday, but a month-long celebration to also appreciate women making history today and in the future. We can more fully appreciate the historic and groundbreaking foundation provided for us by championing the women who have picked up where our predecessors have left off in technology... 

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WWCode Frontend & Cloud: Let Your Code Fly High

In this four-part series, presented by WWCode Frontend and WWCode Cloud, learn how to take your web application and share it with the world. Learn how to develop a web application and set it up for cloud deployment. This series was hosted by Sunitha Patel, a software engineer with over 15 years of experience in full stack development with C#, Angular and Azure, and currently works with Ruby on Rail at Shopify.

WWCode Technical Videos Highlighting the Let Your Code Fly
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TOMORROW is WWCode CONNECT Empower! Join fellow technologists and industry experts around the world for this one-day global conference. There is still time to register.

Whatever your tech stack or career level, you’ll find hands-on professional and technical sessions specific to your needs, while also connecting and learning from other diverse technologists and sponsors to empower your career journey.


Applaud Her Awards: 100 Technologists to Watch

Join WWCode's mission to empower diverse women in tech by nominating yourself and other amazing technologists for WWCode Applaud Her Awards: 100 Technologists to Watch. Highlighting diverse technology leaders can elevate them to the status of role models and mentors in the industry. The deadline to nominate is Monday, March 6.

This is a WWCode CONNECT Empower takeover! The events section this week is highlighting upcoming sessions for tomorrow's conference. There is still time to register!

How to Excite (and Retain!) Users With Your Website or App Performance
WWCode CONNECT Empower | Mar 2 | 10:15 AM ET
In this talk, you will learn: 1. The role that web and app performance play in user retention and business strategy; 2. How to measure and interpret Performance Metrics; and 3. Tips to optimize resources and boost the performance of your websites and applications.

Keynote: Nurture Your Personal Brand by Building Influential Technical Content 
WWCode CONNECT Empower | Mar 2 | 1:35 PM ET
Join this Keynote to learn how to create technical content — and the influence and importance content has towards building a personal brand. This session will cover: how to get started and the process of creating technical content; why building a personal brand is important; how to ensure that you continue to nurture and grow your brand; tips for those who are just getting started; and tips for those who consider themselves introverts.

Cómo mitigar sesgos en modelos de lenguaje
WWCode CONNECT Empower | 2 de Mar | 4:15 PM ET
La clave para mitigar sesgos en tu modelo de lenguaje es la base de datos de entrenamiento. En esta charla aprenderás cómo analizar sesgos en una base de datos y descubrirás las técnicas utilizadas por grupos de investigación internacionales para evitar que esos sesgos se propaguen a sus grandes modelos de lenguaje.
WWCode Events

Stay tuned for upcoming WWCode Conversation with Sijing Zhu, Senior Data Science Manager at The Home Depot. Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform or our YouTube channel to be the first to know when this episode goes live next week!


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We are thrilled to share scholarships with Women who Code members for upcoming co:rise courses/program: Python Crash Course (starting March 13, 5 seats). Each course combines live sessions with instructors, real world projects, interactive course materials, a global community of peers, TA support, and fireside chats with industry leaders.
Apply by March 6

The CMU Master of Science in Computational Finance (MSCF) program seeks strong coders to meet the growing demand for master’s graduates in the quant finance industry. MSCF is pleased to offer two (2) scholarships valued at $15,000 each for the Fall 2023 program, exclusively for WWCode members!
Apply here


Janetoms Oketch

Women Who Code Accra

Janetoms Oketch of WWCode Accra accepted a job offer as a Clinical Data Coordinator I at PHASTAR LTD.

Submit an #ApplaudHer to celebrate the achievements of yourself or others above.

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