Networking Night @ Cozy: Women in Web Development

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Cozy

· Portland, OR

How to find us

Cozy's office address is: 3514 N. Vancouver Ave. 4th Floor Portland, OR 97227 - Look for the yellow lobby!

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Details

Join Women Who Code Portland for our April Networking Night at Cozy! This month our theme is "Women in Web Development". We will be hosted in North Portland's stylish One North building, featuring lightning talks from women representing Cozy, Planet Argon, and Instrument. Come network with us and meet folks who are a part of the exciting world of the interwebz!

⌚️AGENDA ⌚️
5:30 - 6:15: Doors Open + Networking
6:15 - 6:30: Welcome from WWCode Portland and Cozy
6:30 - 7:00: Lightning Talks
7:00 - 7:30: Q&A with all speakers
7:30 - 8:30: Networking, Raffle prizes, + Closing Remarks

📣 THE TALKS 📣
"Design + Dev = Lessons learned. Improving Collaboration at Cozy" - Ali Kaufman, Software Engineer at Cozy & Taylor Raquer, Designer at Cozy

"Dual Booting Your Rails Application During an Upgrade: How to end the long-lived feature branch and continue building new features as you change versions" - Kayla Reopelle, Ruby on Rails Developer at Planet Argon

"How Reality TV Inspired Me to Learn More About UX" - Sumita Mukund, Front End Developer at Instrument

ABOUT OUR HOST
Cozy is changing the way renting works by providing simple, powerful tools for landlords and renters. They’re proud to be solving some of the big, meaningful problems that affect a human necessity—home. See more at cozy.co, and please visit the Cozy job board at cozy.co/jobs.

🙅🏼‍♀️CODE OF CONDUCT 🙅🏼‍♀️
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