• WWCodeManila - Cagayan De Oro Network 2nd General Assembly

    Hello again Cagayan De Oro! We are all excited to have our very 2nd general assembly this coming January 22,[masked]:00 PM - 5:00 PM. Join us, meet the ladies in our community and let start building this community at Syntactics Inc. Training Hall. Please answer this form in order for us to move you up from waitlist to RSVP: http://bit.ly/wwcodemanila-cdo-2nd-general-assembly Thank you Syntactics Inc. for hosting us. And hope to see you all there! :)

  • WWCodeManila 3rd Anniversary and General Assembly

    Women Who Code Manila is back and we are going to start this year to celebrate our 3rd Anniversary! Come and join us this Saturday, January 25, 2020, as we plan for our community this year. Some topics to be discussed: - Recap of what we achieved and what we did in 2019 - Planning our community for 2020 - Announcement of upcoming events - How you can help the community Registration starts at: 12:30pm Event proper: 1:00pm Event ends: 6:00pm If you are interested to attend, please RSVP and answer this form: http://bit.ly/wwcodemanila-3rdanniv Please come early and eat your lunch before going to the event. Note: Event is potluck. You can bring snacks or drinks that we can share. Stay tuned as we announce more details about the event. Save the date. See you there! :)

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  • WWCodeManila Thanksgiving and Christmas Party 2019

    The year is ending and we want to do a simple celebration with everyone in our community for this year's Thanksgiving and Christmas Party! Happening on November 30, 2019 at Canva, Makati. Please RSVP at http://bit.ly/WWCodeManila-Christmas-2019 We are having a potluck party. You can bring food/drinks in the party. You can also join the exchange gifts! Just prepare a gift worth Php 200. Let's celebrate together! See you all! Thank you Canva Philippines for hosting our Christmas party this year. P.S. Please tag your friends who are interested to join! :) #WWCodeManila #ChristmasParty #WomenWhoCode

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  • WWCodeManila's PHP Study Group - Server Architecture & PHP Project Deployment

    PHP Study Group is happening this November 16, 2019. If you want to learn more about PHP, come and join us. Topic this month: Server Architecture & PHP Project Deployment Thank you Mary Jeykle Suñas for leading our PHP study group this week. Remember to answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP: http://bit.ly/wwcode-nov2019-studygroups Thank you BeautyMNL for hosting us this week. :) Community get-together: 3:00-3:30 pm Event proper starts: 3:30 pm In prep for this event: 1. Bring your laptop 2. You may install XAMMP and Notepad++ (Windows), MAMP & Any Text Editor (Mac) MORE INFO WILL BE ADDED SOON. Our PHP study groups will be led by our awesome Tech Lead Jekyle! :) What is a Technical Study Group? Women Who Code Technical Study Groups are events where women can come together and help each other learn and understand a specific programming language, technology, or anything related to coding or engineering. We welcome developers of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. There's always at least one mentor or leader present to help you with best practices or to guide you through if you are stuck with a nasty problem! :) (Definition taken from Women Who Code DC) (https://womenwhocode.com/DC) ADDITIONAL NOTES: If you weren't able to attend our Intro to Technical Study Group Event last Feb 11, 2017, but wants to attend this event. Please join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/) Go to Videos, look for the 2nd to the last video, Introduction to Technical Study Group. Please watch this before attending our study groups so you know what to expect. Thank you. :) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We love to know more about you. * * * This event is free. No snacks will be provided, please make sure to eat before attending the event. If you want to bring snacks for everyone, just comment below. Thanks. :)

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  • WWCodeManila's JavaScript x GameDev Study Group - Creating a simple game w/ JS

    JavaScript x Game Dev Study Group is happening this November 16, 2019. Come and join us if you want to learn more about creating a game using Javascript. Thank you Mars Gabutero, Regina Esguerra, and Porch Pascual for leading our JavaScript X Game Dev study group this week. Remember to answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP: http://bit.ly/wwcode-nov2019-studygroups And RSVP by Friday - 5:00 pm because we need to submit the names of the members who will be attending the event by Friday. Please bring ID. Thank you. Community get-together: 3:00-3:30 pm Event proper starts: 3:30 pm Thank you BeautyMNL for hosting us this week. :) * * * Why JavaScript? JavaScript makes your website interactive. It enables you to create dynamically updating content, control multimedia, animate images, and pretty much everything else. (Info taken from Mozilla) (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn/JavaScript/First_steps/What_is_JavaScript) * * * Requirements 1. Bring your laptop. 2. Install a text editor such as Sublime Text 3 (https://www.sublimetext.com) or Atom (https://atom.io). 3. Install Git (https://git-scm.com/downloads). * * * What is a Technical Study Group? Women Who Code Technical Study Groups are events where women can come together and help each other learn and understand a specific programming language, technology, or anything related to coding or engineering. We welcome developers of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. There's always at least one mentor or leader present to help you with best practices or to guide you through if you are stuck with a nasty problem! :) (Definition taken from Women Who Code DC) (https://womenwhocode.com/DC) ADDITIONAL NOTES: If you weren't able to attend our Intro to Technical Study Group Event last Feb 11, 2017, but want to attend this event: Please join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/) Go to Videos, look for the 2nd to the last video, Introduction to Technical Study Group. Please watch this before attending our study groups so you know what to expect. Thank you. :) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We love to know more about you. * * * This event is free. No snacks will be provided, please make sure to eat before attending the event. If you want to bring snacks for everyone, just comment below. Thanks. :)

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  • WWCodeManila's Java Backend Study Group - Java with Spring Framework

    Java (Backend) Study Group is happening this November 16, 2019. The advanced topic for this month is: Java with Spring Framework ava / Back-end Developers Discussion and Knowledge Sharing If you want to learn more about Java, come and join us. Thank you Rosalie Rioja for leading our Java study group this week. Please answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP - http://bit.ly/wwcode-nov2019-studygroups Please RSVP before Friday - 5:00 pm. We need to submit the names of the members who will be attending the event by Friday. Please bring ID. Thank you. Event proper starts: 1:00 pm Community get-together: 3:00-3:30 pm Thank you BeautyMNL for hosting us this week. :) ------------------------------------- Why Java for Backend? Platform independence One of the main reasons Java is so popular is its platform independence, which means that Java programs can be run on many different types of computers. A Java program runs on any computer with a Java Runtime Environment, also known as a JRE, installed. A JRE is available for almost every type of computer — PCs running Windows, Macintosh computers, Unix or Linux computers, huge mainframe computers, and even cell phones. Object orientation Java is inherently object-oriented, which means that Java programs are made up of programming elements called objects. Simply put, an object is a programming entity that represents either some real-world object or an abstract concept. ****** In prep for this event: - Install Java (https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html) - Any text editor (Notepad++ or Sublime is recommended) - Any IDE (Netbeans or Eclipse) is okay too This study group is intended for beginners and even those with zero-knowledge in programming. Everyone is welcome! :) * * * NOTE: If you haven't set up in prep for the event, please be there at least 30 mins to prep your machine. The team will be there to assist you. * * * What is a Technical Study Group? Women Who Code Technical Study Groups are events where women can come together and help each other learn and understand a specific programming language, technology, or anything related to coding or engineering. We welcome developers of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. There's always at least one mentor or leader present to help you with best practices or to guide you through if you are stuck with a nasty problem! :) (Definition taken from Women Who Code DC) (https://womenwhocode.com/DC) ADDITIONAL NOTES: If you weren't able to attend our Intro to Technical Study Group Event last Feb 11, 2017, but wants to attend this event. Please join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/) Go to Videos, look for the 2nd to the last video, Introduction to Technical Study Group. Please watch this before attending our study groups so you know what to expect. Thank you. :) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We love to know more about you. * * * This event is free. No snacks will be provided, please make sure to eat before attending the event. If you want to bring snacks for everyone, just comment below. Thanks. :)

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  • WWCodeManila- CDO: Intro to Guided Capture the Flag

    DICT (Department of Information and Communications Technology) Region 10 Tech4ED Center

    This October 26, 2019, in collaboration with HackM3, Innovuze Solutions Inc. and DICT, Women Who Code Manila will be hosting an introduction to "guided" CTF (Capture the Flag) event in Cagayan de Oro. A cybersecurity CTF is a competition between security professionals and/or students learning about cybersecurity. This competition is used as a learning tool for everyone that is interested in cybersecurity and it can help sharpen the tools they have learned during their training. We invited security professionals, researchers, and analysts as mentors for this exciting event! These mentors will guide you on how to do the activities and later on, we'll be having a shared discussion with the other attendees. If you want to join, don't forget to answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP - http://bit.ly/wwcodemanila-cdo-ctf-10262019 We would like to say thank you to all our speakers and to all our supporters - Hackm3, Innovuze Solutions Inc., DICT Region X and OWASP WIA - (www.meetup.com/womeninappsec) for making this event possible. Schedule: 12:00pm - 1:00pm - Registration 1:00pm - 1:10pm - Opening Remarks 1:10pm - 1:35pm - Intro to OWASP WIA 1:35pm - 2:00pm Intro to CTF - Hackm3 02:00pm - 05:00pm - CTF session 05:00pm - 06:00pm - Closing & Mingle with the community Who can attend: - Everyone is welcome, regardless of gender - No prior experience needed; anyone who wants to explore or learn doing CTFs - The session is meant for junior, mid, senior-level or has some experience already working as a programmer, systems engineer, enthusiasts or any field related to coding and security - This will be a guided event, mentors will be there to guide and help you in the activity *Slots are limited. Make sure to change your RSVP to No if you cannot go. * * * Additional Notes: This is a "hands-on session" so you need to bring your laptop to attend the session. You can share with other attendees, but it's ideal to bring your own so you can follow the session :) Please RSVP before Friday- 1:00 pm. Please bring your ID. BLDG Dress Code: Casual Attire (No shorts, sando, spaghetti strap, slippers) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We love to know more about you. Please join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/)

  • WWCodeManila's PHP Study Group - PHP Progressive Web App

    PHP Study Group is happening this Oct 19, 2019. If you want to learn more about PHP, come and join us. Topic this month: PHP Progressive Web App Thank you Karen Cano for leading our PHP study group this week. Remember to answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP: http://bit.ly/wwcode-oct2019-studygroups Community get-together: 3:00-3:30 pm Event proper starts: 3:30 pm In prep for this event: 1. Bring your laptop 2. You may install XAMMP and Notepad++ (Windows), MAMP & Any Text Editor (Mac) MORE INFO WILL BE ADDED SOON. Our PHP study groups will be led by our awesome Tech Lead Jekyle! :) What is a Technical Study Group? Women Who Code Technical Study Groups are events where women can come together and help each other learn and understand a specific programming language, technology, or anything related to coding or engineering. We welcome developers of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. There's always at least one mentor or leader present to help you with best practices or to guide you through if you are stuck with a nasty problem! :) (Definition taken from Women Who Code DC) (https://womenwhocode.com/DC) ADDITIONAL NOTES: If you weren't able to attend our Intro to Technical Study Group Event last Feb 11, 2017, but wants to attend this event. Please join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/) Go to Videos, look for the 2nd to the last video, Introduction to Technical Study Group. Please watch this before attending our study groups so you know what to expect. Thank you. :) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We love to know more about you. * * * This event is free. No snacks will be provided, please make sure to eat before attending the event. If you want to bring snacks for everyone, just comment below. Thanks. :)

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  • WWCodeManila's HTML & CSS Study Group - CSS Animations

    HTML/CSS Study Group is happening this October 19, 2019 at Recruitday, Inc. If you want to learn more about HTML/CSS or build your website, come and join us. Thank you Ji-anne Jose for leading our HTML/CSS study group this week. Remember to answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP http://bit.ly/wwcode-oct2019-studygroups Community get-together: 3:00-3:30 pm Event proper starts: 3:30 pm ------------------------------ In prep for this event: 1. Bring your laptop 2. Download a text editor such as Sublime Text 3 (https://www.sublimetext.com/) (you can download this for free), Atom (https://atom.io). If you have made a site from our last meetup, please comment below so we can provide time for show and tell. :) What is a Technical Study Group? Women Who Code Technical Study Groups are events where women can come together and help each other learn and understand a specific programming language, technology, or anything related to coding or engineering. We welcome developers of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. There's always at least one mentor or leader present to help you with best practices or to guide you through if you are stuck with a nasty problem! :) (Definition taken from Women Who Code DC) (https://womenwhocode.com/DC) ADDITIONAL NOTES: If you weren't able to attend our Intro to Technical Study Group Event last Feb 11, 2017, but wants to attend this event. Please join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/) Go to Videos, look for the 2nd to the last video, Introduction to Technical Study Group. Please watch this before attending our study groups so you know what to expect. Thank you. :) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We love to know more about you. * * * This event is free. No snacks will be provided, please make sure to eat before attending the event. If you want to bring snacks for everyone, just comment below. Thanks. :)

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  • WWCodeManila's VueJS Study Group - State Management

    Recruitday Inc.

    VueJS Study Group is happening at Recruitday, Inc this October 19, 2019. If you want to learn more about VueJS, come and join us. Thank you Krizzia Bullecer for leading our VueJS study group this week. Topic this week: State Management Please answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP - http://bit.ly/wwcode-oct2019-studygroups Please RSVP before Friday - 5:00 pm. We need to submit the names of the members who will be attending the event by Friday. Please bring ID. Thank you. Community get-together: 3:00-3:30 pm Event proper starts: 3:30 pm _________________________________ Why Learn VueJS? Vue (pronounced /vjuː/, like view) is an open-source JavaScript framework for building user interfaces and single-page applications. It is approachable so if you already know HTML, CSS and JavaScript, then you are ready to start building things in no time! It is versatile. It has an incrementally adoptable ecosystem that scales between a library and a full-featured framework. It is also performant with a small file size of only 20KB minified and zipped. It is equipped with blazing fast virtual DOM and minimal optimization efforts. In prep for this event: 1. Bring your laptop 2. Download a text editor such as Sublime Text 3 (https://www.sublimetext.com) or Atom (https://atom.io) (you can download this for free). 3. Install Node (https://nodejs.org/en/) and Yarn (https://yarnpkg.com/en/) ----------------------- What is a Technical Study Group? Women Who Code Technical Study Groups are events where everyone can come together and help each other learn and understand a specific programming language, technology, or anything related to coding, engineering, or design. We welcome developers of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. There's always at least one mentor or leader present to help you with best practices or to guide you through if you are stuck with a nasty problem! :) (Definition taken from Women Who Code DC) (https://womenwhocode.com/DC) ADDITIONAL NOTES: If you weren't able to attend our Intro to Technical Study Group Event last Feb 11, 2017, but wants to attend this event. Please join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/) Go to Videos, look for the 2nd to the last video, Introduction to Technical Study Group. Please watch this before attending our study groups so you know what to expect. Thank you. :) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We love to know more about you. * * * This event is free. No snacks will be provided, please make sure to eat before attending the event. If you want to bring snacks for everyone, just comment below. Thanks. :)

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  • WWCodeManila's iOS (Swift) Study Group - Beginner: Views and Controls

    iOS Study Group is happening this October 19, 2019 at RecruitDay, Inc.. If you want to learn more about iOS development, come and join us. Thank you Charmaine Legaspi for leading our iOS study group this week. Remember to answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP http://bit.ly/wwcode-oct2019-studygroups Also RSVP by Friday - 5:00 pm because we need to submit the names of the members who will be attending this study group by Friday. Please bring ID. Thank you. Community get-together: 3:00-3:30 pm Event proper starts: 3:30 pm Why iOS Development? Learn Swift to create apps on your iPhone and iPad. ;) In Prep for the event: 1. Macbook 2. Download Xcode on the App Store (FREE) * * * NOTE: If you haven't set up in prep for the event, please be there at least 30 mins to prep your machine. The team will be there to assist you. * * * What is a Technical Study Group? Women Who Code Technical Study Groups are events where women can come together and help each other learn and understand a specific programming language, technology, or anything related to coding or engineering. We welcome developers of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. There's always at least one mentor or leader present to help you with best practices or to guide you through if you are stuck with a nasty problem! :) (Definition taken from Women Who Code DC) (https://womenwhocode.com/DC) ADDITIONAL NOTES: If you weren't able to attend our Intro to Technical Study Group Event last Feb 11, 2017, but wants to attend this event. Please join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/) Go to Videos, look for the 2nd to the last video, Introduction to Technical Study Group. Please watch this before attending our study groups so you know what to expect. Thank you. :) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We love to know more about you. * * * This event is free. No snacks will be provided, please make sure to eat before attending the event. If you want to bring snacks for everyone, just comment below. Thanks. :)

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  • WWCodeManila's Android Study Group - Introduction to Mobile App Security Testing

    Android Study Group is happening this October 19, 2019 at Recruitday, Inc. Remember to answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP http://bit.ly/wwcode-oct2019-studygroups Please make sure to install the Android Studio 3.0 or higher version and run the Hello World App. You can use our docsify starter kit to guide you with the installation. https://wwcodemanila.github.io/WWCodeManila-Android/#/getting_started/install_tools Also RSVP by Friday - 12:00 pm because we need to submit the names of the members who will be attending this study group by Friday. Please bring ID. Thank you. Community get-together: 3:00-3:30 pm Event proper starts: 3:30 pm -------------------------- We are going to Explore Kotlin this time! :) Please download Android Studio 3.0 https://developer.android.com/studio For Windows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qi8aCu205w * * * NOTE: If you haven't set up in prep for the event, please be there at least 30 mins to prep your machine. The team will be there to assist you. * * * What is a Technical Study Group? Women Who Code Technical Study Groups are events where women can come together and help each other learn and understand a specific programming language, technology, or anything related to coding or engineering. We welcome developers of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. There's always at least one mentor or leader present to help you with best practices or to guide you through if you are stuck with a nasty problem! :) (Definition taken from Women Who Code DC) (https://womenwhocode.com/DC) ADDITIONAL NOTES: If you weren't able to attend our Intro to Technical Study Group Event last Feb 11, 2017, but wants to attend this event. Please join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/) Go to Videos, look for the 2nd to the last video, Introduction to Technical Study Group. Please watch this before attending our study groups so you know what to expect. Thank you. :) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We love to know more about you. * * * This event is free. No snacks will be provided, please make sure to eat before attending the event. If you want to bring snacks for everyone, just comment below. Thanks. :)

  • WWCodeManila's Python x Game Dev Study Group - Creating a game using Python

    Python Study Group is happening this October 19, 2019. Come and join us if you want to learn more about creating a game using Python. Thank you Alysson Alvaran, Porch Pascual and Marylette Roa for leading our Python X Game Dev study group this week. Remember to answer this form so we can move you from Waitlist to RSVP: http://bit.ly/wwcode-oct2019-studygroups Community get-together: 3:00-3:30 pm Event proper starts: 3:30 pm * * * What to expect? In prep for this event: 1. Bring your own laptop (or share with a friend). 2. Install Python >= 3.6. 3. Familiarize yourself with the basics (https://wwcodemanila.github.io/WWCodeManila-Python/). If you're stuck in any of these steps, feel free to ask for help via our Gitter chat group (https://gitter.im/WWCodeManila/Python). What is a Technical Study Group? Women Who Code Technical Study Groups are events where women can come together and help each other learn and understand a specific programming language, technology, or anything related to coding or engineering. We welcome developers of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. There's always at least one mentor or leader present to help you with best practices or to guide you through if you are stuck with a nasty problem! :) (Definition taken from Women Who Code DC) (https://womenwhocode.com/DC) ADDITIONAL NOTES: If you weren't able to attend our Intro to Technical Study Group Event last Feb 11, 2017, but want to attend this event: 1. Join our Facebook Group - WWCode Manila (https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcodemanila/). 2. Go to Videos, look for the 2nd to the last video, Introduction to Technical Study Group. 3. Watch this before attending our study groups so you know what to expect. :) * * * Getting to know you more: Please answer this form (http://bit.ly/WWCodeManilaSubscribe) if you haven't answered it yet! We'd love to know more about you. * * * This event is free. No snacks will be provided, please make sure to eat before attending the event. If you want to bring snacks for everyone, just comment below. Thanks and see you there! :)