Monthly Hacknight

  • April 17, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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Bring your laptops and projects and let's begin hacking! There will be 3 lightning talks and then we'll let you continue breaking your code. If you're not a coder, we'll introduce you to the lifestyle everything programming. 

If any problems arise (like the door won't open or something apocalyptic), tweet @WomenWhoCodeNYC and we'll be down in a jiffy.  

If you would like to give a talk in the future, email [masked] with an idea/project and a bio and we'll get you set up! 

Special thanks to Donor's Choose for hosting our first event and to Blurb for sponsoring food & drinks.

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  • Linda P.

    Anyone interested in forming a contingent or hacking together an impromptu project at Techcrunch's hackathon the first weekend of May? Tickets are free:

    1 · April 18

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks for a great first night last night! Here's a Learneroo resource that I came across today - it discusses the different popular programming languages to help you choose one to learn:

    April 18

  • Estella M.

    Here's the survey we shared yesterday. Please fill it out if you attended:

    Thank you!

    April 18

  • Meghana S.

    It was a nice night, was hoping more coding but overall great.

    1 · April 17

    • Estella M.

      Hi Meghana, yes, I agree. Next time we'll make sure to focus more on coding. Thanks for coming out and we look forward to seeing at the next meetup.

      1 · April 18

  • Tonia

    Thanks for organizing this. Great speakers and looking forward to next events :)

    April 18

  • Nancy H.

    I had a really great time. The speakers were amazing and I made new friends!

    April 18

  • Linda

    Great meetup. Thanks for organizing this!

    April 18

  • Diana L.

    Here's the book Rebecca mentioned in case anyone else was interested:

    "Whistling Vivaldi And Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us"
    By Claude Steele

    3 · April 17

  • Linda P.

    Great inaugural meetup with great food and deep advice! Thanks for speaking and organizing, all.

    April 17

  • Irene Y.

    Really great, met some great people that I would love to stay connected to.

    April 17

  • Eleanor

    Relatively new to the coding world and for now self learning and hoping to make a career change. I can't make Thursday, but look forward to joining you next time.

    April 2

  • Elizabeth L.

    Hi, like Tinnika - I am new to coding too and know very little. But I would like to attend to see if this is something I can learn. Thank you for being so open.

    March 31

  • Katie B.

    Hey Ladies in Tech. Since the meet-up is still a few weeks away - I thought I would throw it out there that I am looking for CTO. If you or anyone you know may be interested in joining a start-up... check out

    March 31

  • Monica

    My first meet up. I am nervous and excited all at once! This will be fun.

    March 21

  • Tinnika T.

    Hi, I am new to coding and i'm learning the basic syntax right now; my first language is Java and my first Script is HTML.

    2 · March 19

  • Sarah W.

    New to coding, but so looking forward to the opportunity to learn!

    1 · March 19

  • A former member
    A former member

    Work on Thursday night. Can't wait to get together with you gals.

    2 · March 19

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