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For the Love of Code

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, February is an excellent time to focus on things you love, like coding and technology. Reflect on the joy you felt the first time you built something usable or the first time you solved a coding challenge. These moments of joy and success can be a thoughtful reminder of why you chose your career path. 

A career in coding can provide you the opportunity to constantly learn and grow as new technologies emerge, engage in creative problem-solving, and in many cases, work on exciting projects. Using your knowledge of coding to build something from scratch is a unique experience that you get to continuously explore. WWCode is a community where you can connect with fellow lovers of code.

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Empowering the Next Generation

While you're growing and achieving, you're also paving the way for the next generation of women in tech. On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, February 11, we reflect on the barrier of entry that girls and women face when showing interest in a tech career. Too often, girls do not have access to resources and haven't seen a technologist that looks like them. As a woman in tech, you're already a role model for girls interested in working in the tech industry. You empower girls when you show up as yourself.
Celebrating Black History Month

Why Tech Needs More Black Women, and Mentors For Them
Kimberly Jacobs | WWCode Senior Communications Manager

As Black women, we're known for coming together, supporting, and engaging one another in our communities. We have our friends, family, sorors, church members, etc., but there's a gap regarding mentorship in our tech careers...

Read more here

Applaud Her Awards: 100 Technologists to Watch

Join WWCode's mission to empower diverse women in tech by nominating an amazing technologist for WWCode's Applaud Her Awards: 100 Technologist to Watch. Elevate role models, mentors, and leaders that have impacted you and the industry.

Award nominees are determined by submissions from you! One-hundred technologists will be selected and recognized for their commitment to change and innovation in their respective fields. 


Tech Highlights: International Day of Women and Girls in Science

On February 11th, International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we celebrate the contributions of data scientists in our WWCode Data Science track. Data science provides a unique but crucial look into the meaning behind numbers and can lead to careers in Machine Learning, AI, and more.

This week we’re highlighting sessions from our YouTube channel on the importance of data science.
WWCode Technical Videos Highlighting Data Science
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Join technologists and industry experts from around the world for Women Who Code CONNECT Empower. Register for a full day of access to a diverse roster of industry leaders during technical workshops, talks, career networking sessions, and other opportunities, including sponsors like Ally Financial, Block, and Wix.

Open Source Essentials: Consuming and Contributing with Boeing
WWCode Data Science | 12:00 pm EST
Join this cross-platform session to learn how to consume open source in your applications and contribute back to the community.
Meet and Greet: Palentine’s Day
WWCode Front End | 10:00 am EST
You will connect with Front End developers from the WWCode community in this meeting. We will talk about topics related to our professional careers, share backgrounds, current projects, training, and more!
Project Show and Tell
WWCode Fort Collins | 6:30 pm MST
Join this interactive discussion open to anyone working on or thinking about a project! It’s a great opportunity to keep you motivated, get feedback, and just share your progress!
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WWCode Conversation with Martina Mickos, Technical Architect at Workday, is now live! Listen now on your favorite podcast platform or our YouTube channel 
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Have technical or career topics you'd like to share?
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Women Who Code is partnering with Practicum to offer a 75% scholarship to WWCode members who qualify for their bootcamps. Practicum offers part-time online coding bootcamps focusing on a beginner-friendly learning experience and employability. Become a tech professional in under a year!
Apply here

MSCF is pleased to offer two (2) scholarships valued at $15,000 each for the Fall 2023 program, exclusively for WWCode members!
Curious about a career in quant finance? Discover quant finance jobs, starting salaries, and career earnings growth in this dynamic,
high-tech industry. 
Apply here

Bhavya Verma
WWCode Delhi

Bhavya Verma of WWCode Delhi got converted to a full-time Software Engineering role at Rowy after a 6-month internship.

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