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Madison Women in Tech is a supportive, inclusive community of women and gender nonbinary folks working or interested in technology, from designers to programmers to recruiters to students. Through regular events and a digital newsletter, we empower and elevate women and enbys in Madison’s tech scene.

View our website here! https://madisonwomen.tech

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Any woman or nonbinary person interested in or working in technology is welcome at ALL of our events.

Men are welcome at most of our events, but not all; occasionally, we host events that are specifically for women and nonbinary folks. In either case, we will make it clear in the event description. Still unsure if it's appropriate for you to attend? Feel free to shoot us an email at admin@madisonwomen.tech and double-check (we're very nice ❤️).


With rare exceptions, all our in-person events are hosted at accessible locations near multiple public transportation options; we also work to have gender neutral bathrooms available at every in-person event. When food is involved, we make sure to have vegan and gluten-free items available.


We highly encourage you to bring children along! We aren't often able to provide dedicated childcare, and some of our events might not be appropriate for children (depending on their age), but we try to choose event spaces that are child-friendly.


Madison Women in Tech deliberately curates spaces for and by women and nonbinary folks. At in-person and virtual events where men are invited to attend, they are expected to listen, and not center themselves or their experiences.

All attendees, at both in-person and virtual events, agree to adhere to the Madison Women in Tech code of conduct.


Thank you to our newsletter sponsors for June, CloudZero and Absolute Software! They're both currently hiring for a wide variety of positions, so be sure to check out their career pages!


Thank you to Ten Forward Consulting for sponsoring our annual meetup fees and paying our website hosting costs!

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HYBRID: "Design Patterns" with Codecinella

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NOTE: This event will be both in-person AND online via zoom, to support the convenience and comfort of all of our members. In-person folks are welcome to mask or not mask as they prefer.

Madison Women in Tech is excited to co-host this third of three planned event with our pals from Codecinella!

Let's get together to chat about anything / everything related to design patterns:

"In software engineering, a design pattern is a general repeatable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software design. A design pattern isn't a finished design that can be transformed directly into code. It is a description or template for how to solve a problem that can be used in many different situations." (source)

What are some problems you encounter over and over, and how have you solved them? Let's chat!

All genders are welcome at this event. :)

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This event is intended to be an interactive discussion; depending on your social energy level, folks are welcome to actively participate or just hang and listen. ❤️

About Codecinella

Codecinella is a Madison-based coalition of local women software developers, students and professionals, looking to strengthen our community, and to encourage more women to become involved in the technology field.


In-person: Feel free to arrive anytime after 6:15pm. We'll be in the Bubbler Room.
Online: The Zoom room will likewise open up at 6:15pm: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86703440990?pwd=S2VZZW80UkZtZVUwa2d5TXlBUVd1dz09

The discussion will "officially" begin at 6:30pm.


The Central Library is located in downtown Madison. There are metered spots all around (meters stop running at 6pm).

The following garages are nearby:

  • Overture Center Garage

More than a dozen bus lines have stops within a few blocks of the library.


Zoom URL: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86703440990?pwd=S2VZZW80UkZtZVUwa2d5TXlBUVd1dz09

Zoom is a free video-conferencing platform, with mobile and desktop apps. Learn more about installing and using it here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362033-Getting-Started-on-Windows-and-Mac


In-person: The library is wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral bathrooms. Folks are encouraged to wear a mask if they'd like.

Online: Zoom offers a variety of accessibility-oriented features, including:

  • Keyboard accessibility
  • Screen reader support

Learn more: https://zoom.us/accessibility

If you have another accessibility concern, we encourage you to reach out directly to Hilary at [masked].


While this event is open to all genders, Madison Women in Tech deliberately curates spaces (both online and offline) for and by women and nonbinary folks. Men who attend are expected to listen, and not center themselves or their experiences.

All attendees agree to adhere to the Madison Women in Tech code of conduct: http://coc.madisonwomen.tech

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