• Gwinnett Study Group

    Cafe Mango Six Coffee & Dessert

    Come join us for Gwinnett Study Group and meet your fellow WWC “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the area a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. So, come join our fun, no-pressure environment at Cafe Mangosix (http://easternmangosix.blogspot.com/) in Duluth and maybe you’ll even find carpool buddies for other WWC events. Hope to see you there! **Please bring a laptop. **Please feel free buy some coffee or snacks when you get here. **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct ( https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md )

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  • Celebrate WWCode's 6th Birthday at our Game Night!

    General Assembly

    Come celebrate our 6th birthday! Hear about our upcoming events and other celebration-worthy things. See your WWCode friends or make some new ones over food, drinks, and games! Tech T-Shirt Exchange: let us help you clean out your closet! Have some tech t-shirts hanging around? Bring them in to exchange with someone else. (T-shirts should be clean and new or nearly new). **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. ***All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct

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  • REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE! Vinings/Smyrna OTP Atlanta Study Group

    Home Depot Support Center

    **REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE** https://www.eventbrite.com/e/smyrnavinings-codejam-tickets-63927984322 Come join us for the Vinings/Smyrna OTP Atlanta Study Group and meet your fellow WWCode “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the West-side OTP a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, work on your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. So, come join our fun, no-pressure environment at The Home Depot Store Support Center, meet other women in tech and maybe you’ll even find carpool buddies for other WWC events. You can also join us on slack in the #sminings_codejam channel. If you aren't in our slack team, sign up here Hope to see you there! **REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE** https://www.eventbrite.com/e/smyrnavinings-codejam-tickets-63927984322 Thanks to our sponsor/host The Home Depot. **Please note that as this is a secure campus, RSVP 48 hours in advance is required and you will need to have your ID to enter. *** **Please bring a laptop. **Light snacks will be provided. Thank you, The Home Depot! **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. HOME DEPOT SUPPORT CENTER: 2455 Paces Ferry Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30339 - Enter through the Paces Ferry entrance (google will take you there) and you’ll get to a gate - Press the button to talk to security, and tell them you’re here for a Women Who Code event in the Cafe - Go to the right once you enter the deck, you will be entering on floor 3 - Look for the “C” building entrance (the middle) and park anywhere that isn’t reserved. There should be plenty of parking by 6 pm. - Enter through the main lobby in Building C on floor 4. There are stairs & elevators if you park on any floor other than 4. - If you RSVPed for the event, the security in the lobby will have your name and badge for entrance. They can direct you to the meeting space if unfamiliar. - If you have any questions, please call or text me (Carly Harper) at[masked] All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct (https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md)

  • Code Jam

    General Assembly Atlanta

    Come hang out and code on whatever you want (in any language)! If you’re an old hand learning a new language or just getting started on your coding journey, code jam is a friendly and supportive environment for you to develop your technical skills. Why should you put this on your calendar every month? First, you’ll meet other amazing people. Sometimes you’re the teacher, sometimes you’re the student and sometimes you just offer support! It's a fun, no-pressure environment where we can hang out and code while keeping each other motivated. Second, we’re going to start some group projects, and this is a great place to find out the details, form a working group and meet to compare notes. Our members range from newbies to senior engineers and leadership, and everything in-between! If you want more information, this is a great time to come ask questions. Hope to see you there :) **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct (https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md) What to bring? A laptop! And a can-do mindset :)

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  • Front End Project Build Day with WWCode Atlanta

    General Assembly @ Ponce City Market

    **RSVP HERE** https://communitybuilddayatl.splashthat.com Women Who Code Front End Track Lead Jennifer Ponder will bring together women in tech for an online community Front End Build Day Project and she will be on location at the Facebook’s 3rd annual Community Challenge to discuss the Front End Development Track and the new deep learning technical tracks introduced this year. Facebook's goal is to bring together developers from across the globe to build software using React360, Spark AR, or HTML5 Games to give people the power to connect with friends and family, build communities, and grow businesses. Developers are invited to submit software across one of three categories: Productivity and Utility, Gaming and Entertainment, and Social Good. There are over $165,000 USD in prizes for regional and global winners, with the global first place winner walking away with up to $25,000 USD in prizes. Interested in competing in the challenge? Pull together a team to participate in a fun-filled build day with us at General Assembly. Please RSVP today and follow the steps below to participate. Facebook will have food, drinks, and host a small networking mixer after the build day concludes! **RSVP HERE** https://communitybuilddayatl.splashthat.com

  • NW OTP Woodstock Study Group

    Copper Coin

    Come join us for the NW OTP Woodstock Study Group and meet your fellow WWC “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the NW OTP a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. So, come join our fun, no-pressure environment at Copper Coin Coffee (https://coppercoinwoodstock.com/) in Woodstock and maybe you’ll even find carpool buddies for other WWC events. You can also join us on slack in the #northwest_otp channel. If you aren’t in our slack team, sign up here: https://wwcatl.typeform.com/to/WKy2an Hope to see you there! **Please bring a laptop. **Please feel free buy some coffee or snacks when you get here. **Many thanks to the good folks at Copper Coin Coffee for allowing us to use their space. **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct ( https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md )

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  • Gwinnett Study Group

    Cafe Mango Six Coffee & Dessert

    Come join us for Gwinnett Study Group and meet your fellow WWC “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the area a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. So, come join our fun, no-pressure environment at Cafe Mangosix (http://easternmangosix.blogspot.com/) in Duluth and maybe you’ll even find carpool buddies for other WWC events. Hope to see you there! **Please bring a laptop. **Please feel free buy some coffee or snacks when you get here. **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct ( https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md )

  • Ruby on Rails - When the Decorator Pattern doesn’t Scale

    Airbus Aerial @ Ponce City Market

    The decorator pattern provides guidelines and best practices to help you write and maintain organized code...but how does it affect performance at scale? We will talk about a different approach that can increase querying performance for large sets of data while still creating a liveable code base. ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS Amanda Raymond, Senior Engineer at CallRail I am a fullStack engineer that strives to put product first and create a good UX for end-users. I learned how to code after having a quarter-life crisis and moving across the country(and back) to attend General Assembly, where I learned how to code. I have been in a loving relationship with Angular and Rails ever since… Autumn Wright, Senior Engineer at CallRail I work in HTML/CSS, Angular, Ruby, and some pretty terrible PHP. I feel very strongly about providing great online experiences and leaving anything I touch better than when I found it. Agenda: 6:30 pm - networking, social time and food 7:00 pm - meetup program kicks off 8:00 pm - networking & social time **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. ***All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct

  • REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE! Vinings/Smyrna OTP Atlanta Study Group

    Home Depot Support Center

    **REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE** https://www.eventbrite.com/e/smyrnavinings-codejam-tickets-63927984322 Come join us for the Vinings/Smyrna OTP Atlanta Study Group and meet your fellow WWCode “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the West-side OTP a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, work on your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. So, come join our fun, no-pressure environment at The Home Depot Store Support Center, meet other women in tech and maybe you’ll even find carpool buddies for other WWC events. You can also join us on slack in the #sminings_codejam channel. If you aren't in our slack team, sign up here Hope to see you there! **REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE** https://www.eventbrite.com/e/smyrnavinings-codejam-tickets-63927984322 Thanks to our sponsor/host The Home Depot. **Please note that as this is a secure campus, RSVP 48 hours in advance is required and you will need to have your ID to enter. *** **Please bring a laptop. **Light snacks will be provided. Thank you, The Home Depot! **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. HOME DEPOT SUPPORT CENTER: 2455 Paces Ferry Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30339 - Enter through the Paces Ferry entrance (google will take you there) and you’ll get to a gate - Press the button to talk to security, and tell them you’re here for a Women Who Code event in the Cafe - Go to the right once you enter the deck, you will be entering on floor 3 - Look for the “C” building entrance (the middle) and park anywhere that isn’t reserved. There should be plenty of parking by 6 pm. - Enter through the main lobby in Building C on floor 4. There are stairs & elevators if you park on any floor other than 4. - If you RSVPed for the event, the security in the lobby will have your name and badge for entrance. They can direct you to the meeting space if unfamiliar. - If you have any questions, please call or text me (Carly Harper) at[masked] All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct (https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md)

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  • NW OTP Woodstock Study Group

    Copper Coin

    Come join us for the NW OTP Woodstock Study Group and meet your fellow WWC “neighbors”. This Meetup provides an opportunity for those who live and work in the NW OTP a convenient location to hang out and code. All experience levels and languages are welcome - from newbie to guru. This is a great place to dedicate some quality time to learn that new language, your side project, or whatever it is you’re currently working on. So, come join our fun, no-pressure environment at Copper Coin Coffee (https://coppercoinwoodstock.com/) in Woodstock and maybe you’ll even find carpool buddies for other WWC events. You can also join us on slack in the #northwest_otp channel. If you aren’t in our slack team, sign up here: https://wwcatl.typeform.com/to/WKy2an Hope to see you there! **Please bring a laptop. **Please feel free buy some coffee or snacks when you get here. **Many thanks to the good folks at Copper Coin Coffee for allowing us to use their space. **This event is intended for anyone who identifies as female and is queer, trans and nonbinary friendly. Men are also welcome to attend. All attendees must follow the Code of Conduct ( https://github.com/WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources/blob/master/code_of_conduct.md )