Women Who Code Twin Cities meets monthly in various locations across the Twin Cities metro area. Our workshops are open to technologists of all levels, from complete beginners to seasoned professionals.
Please join us for a special night where we will have an all female engineering panel!
Whether you studied computer science in college, attended a coding bootcamp or were self-taught, every software engineer has her own unique story to tell about her career in technology. Come join us July 10th from 6-8pm at BuzzFeed, to hear four women software engineers share their stories and perspectives on career growth and development.
The panel includes: Andrea Handevidt (Engineering Manager at BuzzFeed), Antoinette Smith (Full-Stack Software Engineer at Glitch, Co-Organizer of TECHQUITY and Co-Owner of RawaySmith), Jenessa White (Front-end Developer at Software for Good) and Dana Hazen (Engineer& Data Analyst at Target and Director of Twin Cities WWC) moderated by Laryssa Husiak (Software Engineer at BuzzFeed). Please come with questions!
6 – 6:30pm socializing & food
6:30 – 7:30 panel + q & a
7:30-8pm socialize & wrap-up
945 Broadway St NE Suite 200
Free parking is available (but can be busy!)
Enter building on the ground floor, near 612 Brewing
We are on the 2nd floor, Suite 200
There is an elevator.
Women Who Code Twin Cities events are gender-inclusive. We welcome transgender and non-binary members! Women Who Code meetups are open to anyone who wants to support women in technology careers.
Out of consideration for our hosts, please try not to arrive prior to 6pm. They kindly host us after their normal business hours and it can be tough to handle early arrivals.
To ensure a safe and comfortable space for our members to network and collaborate, we ask recruiters to refrain from attending our event. If you would like to support our group, please contact the organizers to discuss the best ways to get involved. Thank you!