What we're about

Join us by attending a WWCode event or signing up at http://www.womenwhocode.com .

Women Who Code is the largest and most active community of engineers dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers. We envision a world where women are representative as technical executives, founders, VCs, board members, and software engineers. Our programs are designed to get you there.

Who should join?

Our community is for professional women in technology careers, including software engineers, developers, UX/UI designers, data scientists and more. Current and aspiring coders are welcome. Bring your laptop and a friend!

What to expect?

Our events offer free hands on technical events, study groups, panel discussions, lightning talks, and keynotes featuring influential tech industry experts, innovators, and investors. We help you build the skills you need to raise your professional profile and achieve greater career success.

Support us:

WWCode relies on donations to support this catalytic movement. Funding directly impacts our ability to deliver programs and expand to more cities, ensuring that even more women have the opportunity to excel in tech careers. womenwhocode.com/donate

Share a Job with our Community:

Post your jobs on the Women Who Code Job Board and hire from our exclusive community of technical professionals. Get started at womenwhocode.com/companies.

Code of Conduct:

WWCode is an inclusive community, dedicated to providing an empowering experience for everyone who participates in or supports our community, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, age, religion, socioeconomic status, caste, creed, political affiliation, or preferred programming language(s). Our events are intended to inspire women to excel in technology careers, and anyone who is there for this purpose is welcome. We do not tolerate harassment of members in any form.

Our Code of Conduct applies to all WWCode events and online communities. Read the full version and access our incident report form at http://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct

Terms of Service:

Everyone who participates in our community agrees to abide by our Terms of Service. Read it at www.womenwhocode.com/tos

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Upcoming events (5+)

DSW and WWC Boulder/Denver present: Lightning Talks About Developer Fails

💻Come and check out our panel of awesome speakers during Denver Startup Week! This session will be full of light hearted lightning talks about times when developers have broken code, froze up during an interview or failed in their position at work. Speakers will also go over how they grew from the experience and what they learned. 🎤About the Speakers ⚡Blu Mays - Front End Developer @ DCP Midstream Talk: Not preparing for interviews, don't just wing it Bio: Blu comes from a non-traditional background with a degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado Boulder. Blu came to learn about web development through online research and fumbling around HTML and CSS before deciding to change her career and go to a coding bootcamp. Her biggest goal currently is to be more active in the Denver developer community and continue to grow her career. ⚡Jeanette Head - Staff Engineer @ Pivotal Tracker Talk: Accessibility by Example Bio: Jeanette can be heard saying controversial things such as, "JavaScript isn't that bad" and "I love CSS," both of which are limited expressions of her love of the full-stack web. It's probably the result of Stockholm syndrome from building web applications for seven years. She's spent the past year helping teams on Tracker do product research and build exciting new things. Outside of the technical, she snowboards whenever possible, is a beginner ice hockey player, and is a crazy cat mom to kitties Sid and Simba. ⚡Mark Scheel - Google Developer Expert, Google Developer Group (GDG) organizer, Andriod Developer Talk: What not to do when looking for a job Bio: Mark has recently shifted focus to programming Google Assistant interactions. He has given technical talks in Paris, Hong Kong and at conferences and Meetups across America including Droidcon SF & Boston, 360 AnDev, Big Android BBQ, AndroidTO (now Droidcon Toronto) and GDG Boulder, GDG Denver, GDG Los Angeles, GDG Boston and many more GDG events. Mark is excited to share some of the many, many mistakes he has made during a 20+ year career. ⚡Meagan Cooney - Senior Engineer @ Ibotta Talk: A Decade of Improvement: Engineering Interviews and Me Bio: Meagan has worked in tech for almost a decade, as everything from as a GIS Intern to QA engineer. She once even interviewed at a company where she already had a desk ready and still managed to fail it. She enjoys reading and writing fiction and traveling. ⚡Tori Huang - Software Engineer @ Gusto Talk: When it’s too late to bail — my worst coding and skiing failures Bio: Tori is a Software Engineer at Gusto building an awesome experience for accounting partners. She started her career as a mechanical engineer and made the jump to software engineering after attending Dev Bootcamp. She has worked in startup environments for the past four years where she thrives building new things with fast-paced agile teams. Outside of work hours, you can find her backcountry skiing, biking, running, climbing, and generally living it up in the great outdoors. ⚡Vui Nguyen - Senior Software Engineer, iOS and Embedded/IoT Talk: Surviving Code Demo Fails Bio: Vui Nguyen is a long-time software engineer, currently doing iOS development professionally. Vui has also done embedded/IoT development as a hobby and is an Intel Software Innovator (volunteer developer evangelist). At the height of her IoT mayhem, she was doing demos and talks of her IoT projects at meetups and conferences. This experience has resulted in a few demo wardrobe malfunctions, which she has lived through to talk about today. In her spare time, Vui enjoys all kinds of fishing, including shellfishing, and she and her husband recently celebrated their anniversary by catching clams, crabs, and mussels over on the Oregon coast. They are parents to a Schnoodle dog, two Reeve's turtles, and a plecostomus fish. 📃 Code of Conduct Our Code of Conduct applies to all WWCode events and online communities. Read the full version at http://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct.

Denver Python Meetup - Downtown

Denver Milk Market

This is a study group meetup for people looking to learn python. All experience levels welcome. We meet in Milk Market at the long table near the Hotel front desk. I usually have pink/purple/blue hair so we are easy to find. 6:00 - 8:00 Work on personal/work projects and get help from others. If you don't have a personal project, I can suggest the problem sets on https://www.w3resource.com/python-exercises/ and will select a level based on the experience level of the group. Homework, beginner, and advanced questions always welcome. Women Who Code isn't just for women, anyone is welcome.

Denver Python Meetup

Tectonic

This is a study group meetup for people looking to learn python. All experience levels welcome. 6:00 - 6:30 gather/meet and greet 6:30 - 7:30 Work through problem sets 7:30 - 8:00 Work on personal/work projects and get help from others. We are currently working through the problem sets on https://www.w3resource.com/python-exercises/ and will select a level based on the experience level of the group. Homework, beginner, and advanced questions always welcome. Women Who Code isn't just for women, anyone is welcome.

Android Atelier

Boulder Public Library - Main Library

Android Atelier is an intermediate level study group where attendees will work together to contribute to an open source Android application. This study group meets once a month and is for people who know the basics of Android development, and are looking to bring their skill set to the next level. Bring your laptops. We will be coding together. Am I intermediate enough for this group? The pre-requisite for this study group is to pull down this project from Github, and run the program on your phone or emulator: https://github.com/chiuki/advanced-textview Men are welcome as the guests of women coders.

Past events (507)

Denver JavaScript Study Group

WeWork The Hub

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