IMPORTANT: please complete this questionnaire before arriving. Don't worry, it's quick. :-)
We'll have a short talk about tech interviewing process (including a fresh-hire sharing her POV on what it's like to do white boarding as a newbie!), then spend the evening getting hands on experience with typical problems.
Mentors will take small breakout groups through practice interviews, coach you in problem-solving strategies, and offer constructive feedback. You're going to be ra'ring to interview after this thing is done.
- Women Who Code is open only to those who identify as women. We are emphatically trans-friendly and queer-friendly.
- If you will not be able to attend, please change your RSVP to "No" so that those on the waitlist can. With more than 130 women enrolled, we've got a very full house.
- Please be on-time. We need to keep to a tight schedule to ensure that everyone gets an opportunity for interview practice and feedback.
- If you have questions, please hold them for tonight rather than emailing or posting onto the event page.
Stephanie Shupe (iOS, Objective C)
Dana Contreras (Ruby, Rails, Scala, iOS, Objective C, systems engineering, computational models, distributed systems, embedded systems)
Lynn Root (Python, Django, open source)
Michele Titolo (iOS, Objective C, Ruby, Rails)
Sharon Wong (Python, Ruby, Scala, Java, algorithms)
Mina Doroudo (Ruby, Ruby on Rails, algorithms, OOP, full application life cycle)
Maggie Zhou (language-agnostic, algorithms, R)
Shiney Rossi (Objective-C/iOS, Algorithms, Data Structures, Relational Databases, Software Architecture & Patterns, Java, Groovy/Grails, C++)
Amanda Canyon (Ruby on Rails, C++, Java, algorithms, data structures)