Past Meetup

August Tech Talks & Social Night

This Meetup is past

139 people went

Broad Institute

415 Main Street · Cambridge, MA

How to find us

Please come find us at the check-in table in the lobby of 415 Main Street

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Details

Join Women Who Code for a fun and casual night with some great tech talks, followed by time for networking and socializing with other women in the Boston tech scene.

6:00 - 6:20 pm: Registration + Mingle
6:20 - 6:30 pm: Announcements
6:30 - 8:00 pm: Talks
8:00 - 8:30 pm: Networking

---- Speakers ----

Margaret Jones, Energy Analyst

Nnenna Ndukwe, Software Developer @ Bison
"The Untapped Connection Between Coding and Artistic Inclinations"

Christine Ferrusi Ross, Founder @ Decision Changers

Amanda Wang, Software Engineer @ Broad Institute
"Enabling Science on Terabyte-Scale Datasets"

Ruchi Munshi, Senior Software Product Manager @ Broad Institute
"Lessons Learned in Tech"

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Speak at our next event!

If you'd like to give a lightning talk (or longer talk!) at a future event, please fill out this form (http://bit.ly/wwcode-boston-speaker-signup). If you'd like to speak but don't have a topic in mind, let us know and we can help you brainstorm. The talk doesn't have to be technical and the only requirement is that others should be able to learn something from it. Lightning talks will be short (6-8 minutes + a couple of minutes for Q&A) so shouldn't require a lot of preparation.

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