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Hack Night

  • Jul 3, 2014 · 6:00 PM

About the Meetup:

This weekly event gives ladies a space to code together. Whether you're just getting started, or are a veteran in the tech world, there's a seat for you at the table. BYOL: Bring your own laptop!

You don't have to be working on any project or learning anything new to come to Hack Night, it's a great space to just hang out with other women who code.

If you ARE looking to learn a certain language, let us know, and we'll pair you up with a study buddy. More often than not there is another CWDevs member who is working to deepen her knowledge and understanding too, and would welcome a partner in learning.

 

About Us:

Our goal is create a safe space for those in and interested in computer programming to socialize with and support one another in wherever it is their affinity for programming takes them.

 

 

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  • D K

    Hey girls!
    So sorry I won't make it tonight :(. But will definitely make it next week!! Have a great holiday!

    July 3, 2014

  • Andrea H.

    Sorry, can't make it tonight. Hope to join you guys soon!

    July 3, 2014

  • Barbara I.

    Help. I am supposed to teach a 3 hour session at Community Media Workshop (there is pay involved) but I got invited to Google for some training. Want to teach this for Community Media Workshop? The attendees will be new to using data. Contact biverson [at] gmail.com off this message board please.

    Details:
    Dig Into Data: Using Numbers to Tell Your Story
    Thursday, August 14, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    With Barb Iverson, Columbia College

    How do we tell our story with numbers?

    Quantifying our issues and work is powerful but doesn’t have to be difficult. In this workshop you will learn types of data used in journalism, advertising, and PR.

    Learn which types of data (structured vs. unstructured, “big data”) are used in journalism, advertising, and PR today.

    Do some data scraping, and find out the difference between hacking and programming

    Create a dataset from information from a website using an app like import.io, kimonify, and wordle.

    July 2, 2014

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Our Sponsors

  • 1871

    1871 hosts our weekly hack nights.

  • Start Up Institute

    Start Up Institute Provided space for a workshop.

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