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Reflecting on Your Support System

Having a support system is invaluable as you navigate both achievements and challenges throughout your career journey. Building a community of family, friends, colleagues, mentors, etc., will provide you encouragement, guidance, and perspective. 

A support system that shows up for you positively impacts your ability to achieve your goals and overcome hurdles. Reflect on the ecosystem you’ve created for yourself as you develop new goals and projects. Recognize those adding to your growth and keeping you motivated. Continue to nurture those relationships and show appreciation for those who hold you accountable and share resources.

Share the best advice you've gotten from someone in your support system with @WomenWhoCode on Twitter
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Women Who Code is a space where you can build your support system as you grow in 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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Celebrating Women Entrepreneurs Day
Member Highlight: Blog

Enough lonely coding - The story of Codum

By Isabella Hoesch

As a first-time founder, you’ll wear many different hats. You will be wearing ALL the different hats if you start a company alone, with little to no budget (don’t do that if you can avoid it!). You’ll be a designer one day, a QA tester another day, and will be giving your best on early customer support all the while too…

Read more here.


Technical Highlight: WWCode Entrepreneurs and Founders

Women Who Code is a community of women innovators, creators, founders, teachers, and leaders. On November 19, we celebrate Women Entrepreneur Day to highlight the incredible work of women across all industries making change and opportunities for their communities and the world. 

This week, we’re highlighting sessions from our YouTube channel featuring entrepreneurs and start-up founders in our community. 

WWCode Technical Videos Highlighting Entrepreneurship and Startups See more videos on entrepreneurship and startup culture.

Women Who Code Giving
Double Your Impact this #GivingTuesday



Join us in Women Who Code’s Match Gift Challenge today!

Thanks to the generous gift of our matching donor Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist and Craig Newmark Philanthropies, donations will be matched up to $75,000 this #GivingTuesday.

Be an early #GivingTuesday donor and help raise an additional $75,000 to empower more diverse women technologists to excel in their tech career.




Upcoming WWCode Events


Digital educational events from our global Networks:

Quality Time - QA Chat | WWCode Dallas/Ft. Worth
Join WWCode Dallas/Ft. Worth to discuss all things QA, SDET, and software testing related.
Date/Time: Thursday, November 17, 2022 | 6:00 PM CST (Dallas)

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, November 18, 2022 | 9:00 AM EST (Atlanta)

Data Structures and Algorithms Fundamentals - Hashmaps | WWCode New York City
Join for a focused discussion on HashMaps and how we can use an hash to store and manipulate data for our applications. 
Date/Time: Monday, November 21, 2022 | 7:00 PM EST (New York)

Web Scraping with Python for Complete Beginners | WWCode Python
Join us for an amazing workshop to discover the basics of programming with Python for web scraping.
Date/Time: Tuesday, November 22, 2022 | 12:00 PM EST (Atlanta)

Demystifying Web Accessibility | WWCode Front End
In this talk, you will learn the benefits of implementing accessibility and eliminate some of the prejudices.
Date/Time: Wednesday, November 23, 2022 | 10:00 AM EST (Atlanta)

Zero Trust Security for Your APIs with MuleSoft | WWCode Cloud
Learn about the Zero Trust Model and its architecture, understand how to implement Zero Trust Security in easy steps, learn about API Security and how to protect your API ecosystems using Zero Trust Security.
Date/Time: Wednesday, November 30, 2022 | 12:00 PM EST (Atlanta)


Women Who Code Podcast

Listen on your favorite podcast platform or
watch on our YouTube channel here!

Please Join Women Who Code and Craig Newmark Philanthropies for our #GivingTuesday Gift Match Challenge. Donate today!

Opportunities for Members

We are thrilled to share scholarships with Women who Code members for upcoming co:rise courses/program: Python Crash Course (starting November 28, 5 seats) and Customer Analytics with Excel (Starting November 28, 5 seats). Apply by 11/21 at 9 AM ET

V School is offering members of Women Who Code $2,000 off any of their Career Changer programs (Web Dev or UI/UX) in addition to the Community Relief Scholarship. Apply here.

Conference Tickets:
November 30th - December 1st: Web3 Women's Summit @Miami, FL 
December 5th - 6th: Nigeria Cybersecurity Summit  @Lagos, Nigeria 


          Apply for Tickets and Scholarships          



Pro-Tip of the Week


“While in tech, the process should be discussed not just the outcome.”


 - Shagun Mehra, WWCode Member
Delhi, India


Tech Jobs with WWCode Partners

Your next great job opportunity may be below:

Lead Software Engineer | DraftKings | Remote or Boston, MA or Las Vegas, NV or Hoboken, NJ or New York, NY or ON, Canada

Web Front-End Developer | AURA | Tucson, AZ

Senior Business Analyst, Autos | U.S. News & World Report | Washington, DC

Frontend Engineer | Heyday | San Francisco, CA

Senior Software Engineer - Data Infrastructure | Art Processors | Remote or Collingwood, VIC, Australia


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