What we're about

Fill out our 2023 Volunteer Form to get involved in our mission!

Queen City Bytes (QCB) is an organization dedicated to supporting underserved or marginalized communities and groups by offering technical instruction, educational resources, and an environment where networking and mentorship are valued.
Our intention is to foster digital inclusion by providing resources to communities who may lack direct access to such opportunities. At QCB, we focus on organizing our efforts within the Charlotte area in order to tailor our curriculums, form local partnerships, and create opportunities specifically to the needs of our community.
Please sign up to receive notifications on our latest meetups, discount to tech events and tickets as well as other exciting announcements! 

If you attend our meetups and enjoy the work our volunteers do, please consider donating to our mission! Our group is not for profit. All proceeds go toward providing an enriching experience for our members.
If you or your company is interested in becoming a sponsor or partner with QCB, please send an email to qc-bytes@googlegroups.com or send us a message here. 
By joining our group, you adhere to our Code of Conduct.

Upcoming events (1)

Fleurix Conference!

Needs a location

Fleurix is a local conference for women, non-binary people, and allies interested in technology careers.

Join Fleurix on September 30th for a day of engaging talks, community, and connection with inspiring women+ technologists from leading organizations.

Fleurix will also have a sponsor fair to learn more about some of our partners and open positions. Whether you are just starting your career, looking to change industries, or are a tech veteran, we hope you'll attend!

Tickets are $50 to attend. If you require financial assistance, please send a note to [masked]. Tickets include breakfast, lunch, swag, and a drink ticket for attendees 21+.

View more info and register at fleurixconf.com

Past events (55)

Choose Your Quest: A Guide to Frontend, Backend or Full Stack Development

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