Thursday, January 28, 2016
Women Who Code Rings New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Opening Bell, a new chapter for women learning to code women who tech and women engineers
Women Who Code has helped many Silicon Valley women, and now women from all over the world including Hong Kong and Brazil, learn to code or rise above in their existing engineering positions. WWC hosts meetups in major cities, talks from senior and experiences coders & role models, gives out #ApplaudHer social media shoutouts to celebrate women's achievements in tech, and gives out discounted and free developer conference and learning opportunity tickets to young and aspiring women including Google I/O conferences!
You can support Women Who Code by making a donation online, requesting a corporate donation from your company, volunteering at talks and events. You can become a member by joining a local meetup or subscribing to their online newsletter.
"The New York Stock Exchange welcomes officials and guests of Women Who Code. CEO and Board Chair, Alaina Percival, and Zassmin Montes de Oca, Chief Maker and Board Vice-Chair of Women Who Code, will ring the NYSE Opening Bell®.
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