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Your voice and story are powerful, and when you share them with others, you cultivate a community of empowerment and philanthropy.

There are many ways to support the people around you on your path to success. Sharing the growth and knowledge you've gained, including setbacks and successes, on your journey can inspire others, leading them to expand their knowledge and step out of their comfort zone. There is power in shared experiences. Telling your story can make a huge impact on others in your community.

Share your empowerment story with us! Tell us how WWCode has impacted your career growth, building community, scholarship or job opportunities, learning, or speaking at events.

Share your story with @WomenWhoCode on Social Juice or Twitter
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Women Who Code is a space that supports your growth through resources and community while on your career journey. Our blogs, podcast, and on-demand YouTube channel are resources that can be used to grow your knowledge. You can also join a WWCode community or attend one of our digital events to expand your professional network and learn with others in a supportive global community. 
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Member Highlight: Blog

How to Tackle Global Poverty with a Scalable Movement

By Carol Rossborough

I knew that women were being devalued. The platform does cater for homelessness, and destitute asylum seekers. It does cater for low income families and various other programs. But in the beginning, ultimately my passion was women. Women, and particularly those women who chose to work in... 

Read more here.


Technical Highlight: Celebrating the Gifts of Our Community

This week, we participate in Giving Tuesday, and we remember that Women Who Code has been made possible by our incredible community who gives not only financial gifts of support but also their time, passion and talent. Without members sharing their expertise and volunteering their time, our events, podcast, blogs, and digital communities wouldn’t be possible.

This week, we’re highlighting sessions from our YouTube channel that highlight our community and the impact it has on our members and their careers.

WWCode Technical Videos Highlighting Community See more videos about the power of community.

Women Who Code Giving


#GivingTuesday is over, but there's still time for you to double your impact with Women Who Code!

Support another woman in tech in joining our community. Remember, when we retain a woman in the tech industry, her lifetime earnings increase by $1.7 million. You make that possible! 




Upcoming WWCode Events


Digital educational events from our global Networks:

Intro to Micro Front Ends | WWCode London
In this talk, explore how you can keep micro frontends simple with the help of Module Federation and enable independent release flows in modern web applications.
Date/Time: Thursday, December 1, 2022 | 7:00 PM GMT (London)

Kickstart Your Career as a Data Scientist Series
| WWCode Data Science
This is a series of interactive webinars designed to help you get acquainted with skills and resources that will make your job-hunting journey easier and smoother.
Date/Time: Friday, December 2, 2022 | 9:00 AM EST (Atlanta)

Grupo de Estudos nas Ferramentas Pentaho para Análise de Dados | WWCode Recife
Iniciantes que tenham interesse em aprender na área de análise de dados com as ferramentas Pentaho e PostgreSQL.
Data/Hora: Sábado, 3 Dezembro 2022 | 4:00 PM BST (Racife)

Monthly Mentor Panel: Personal Branding | WWCode Dallas/Ft. Worth
Join the discussion with our Mentor Panel of Personal Branding leaders who will answer questions from the audience.
Date/Time: Tuesday, December 6, 2022 | 6:30 PM CST (Dallas)

Interview Prep Workshop for Bootcampers | WWCode Front End
In this workshop, you will get prepared to thrive in the technical interview by developing your critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Date/Time: Wednesday, December 7, 2022 | 10:00 AM EST (Atlanta)

Book Club This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism | WWCode Portland
Join for a discussion about this rousing manifesto calling for an end to discrimination and prejudice on the basis of age.
Date/Time: Wednesday, December 7, 2022 | 6:00 PM PST (Portland)


Women Who Code Podcast

Listen on your favorite podcast platform!

Women Who Code Podcast is looking for guests speakers for our shows. Have technical or career topics you’d like to share? Apply to be a guest speaker here.

Opportunities for Members

Curious about a career in quant finance? MSCF is pleased to offer two (2) scholarships valued at $15,000 each for the Fall 2023 program, exclusively for WWCode members! More information

We are thrilled to partner with the Recurse Center (RC) to help our members advance their skills and career by offering three grants of $1,000 for members of the WWCode community to attend their Winter 2 and Spring 1 batches. Apply by 12/15

Conference Tickets:
December 5th - 6th: Nigeria Cybersecurity Summit @Lagos, Nigeria 


          Apply for Tickets and Scholarships          




WWCode highlights the achievements of our members by celebrating them with ApplaudHers! You can submit an #ApplaudHer for yourself or others here


Tech Jobs with WWCode Partners

Your next great job opportunity may be below:

Fullstack Software Engineer | PostHog | Remote or in EST timezone or New York, NY or Boston, MA

Senior Software Engineer | MedBridge | Remote

Lead Programmer | Resurva | Remote in EST timezone or Toronto, ON, Canada

Open Source Developer (NodeJS / Typescript) | Garden Germany GmbH | Remote in CET timezone or Berlin, Germany

Software Engineer (Hybrid & Relocation) | Seek | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Frontend Software Engineer | Politico | Remote



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