• Women Who Code Python Hacknight!

    Capital One Town Center

    Python is a top ranked programming language with many people learning it and applying it to numerous and very different domains. Its simplicity lends it to being great for teaching programming concepts to beginners and its massive libraries allow it to be a powerful language for solving many different types of problems such as web development, scientific computing, machine learning, data analysis, education and DevOps. Come join us for our Python Hack Night! Bring your own work, a problem to solve, a new concept to learn, take on a coding challenge we will have ready for you or meet a new friend and work with them on their idea. We will have a light dinner and beverages and look forward to a fun evening of Python. All levels are welcome! Laptops are strongly encouraged, but not required.

  • Women Who Code Algorithms

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    Algorithm (n.) - a set of step-by-step instructions for solving a task If you have ever followed a recipe or given someone driving directions, you have used an algorithm. Algorithms are used in computer science to solve problems ranging from sorting to programming self-driving cars. In this meetup, we will strengthen our problem-solving skills and logical thinking by solving an algorithm challenge. All levels are welcome, including beginners. The challenges can be solved in the language of your choosing. Laptops are strongly encouraged, but not required. Parking is available in the lot on 6th and Bainbridge or on the street.

  • Women Who Code Front End Study Night

    Mobelux

    Front End Study Night is a collaborative and open environment for us to hone our front-end web dev skills together through dialogue and peer programming. There is no formal project, but do come prepared to code. This time is for you to work on personal projects, homework, or the tutorials you've been meaning to get through! We welcome devs of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. Please bring your laptop as extra computers will not be available at the event. Each study group will have the following agenda: • 6:00pm - Welcome and Setup • 6:15 - 6:30pm - Introductions • 6:30 - 7:30pm - Code! • 7:30 - 7:45pm - Wrap Up A huge thanks to our sponsor, Mobelux, for providing dinner and event space! Parking Details: Please feel free to park in the numbered spots that wrap around the sides and the back of the building (there are about 20 total). If none are available, Lowe's is an option as well. Make sure you come in the front door as the side doors lock automatically.

  • Women Who Code Python Hacknight!

    Capital One Town Center

    Python is a top ranked programming language with many people learning it and applying it to numerous and very different domains. Its simplicity lends it to being great for teaching programming concepts to beginners and its massive libraries allow it to be a powerful language for solving many different types of problems such as web development, scientific computing, machine learning, data analysis, education and DevOps. Come join us for our Python Hack Night! Bring your own work, a problem to solve, a new concept to learn, take on a coding challenge we will have ready for you or meet a new friend and work with them on their idea. We will have a light dinner and beverages and look forward to a fun evening of Python. All levels are welcome! Laptops are strongly encouraged, but not required.

  • WWCode Richmond Technology Brewery Tour!

    Castleburg Brewery and Taproom

    Please join us for this WWC Happy Hour event! Richmond has too many breweries, wineries, distilleries, and great bars to count. Join us as we tour through many of the Richmond Happy Hours, once a quarter, for some networking and crazy tech talks. This Month: Castleburg Brewery - Light appetizers will be provided and sponsored by Veracity! Topic: Let's kick off 2019 with a fun Happy Hour. What do you want to learn next? How can Women Who Code Richmond help you? How can you help others achieve their goals? Hope to see you there! NOTE -- There is an awesomely fun Trivia Night at Castleburg that starts at 7. We have our tables until 7:30, so feel free to stay for the Trivia if you like.

  • Women Who Code Algorithms

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    Algorithm (n.) - a set of step-by-step instructions for solving a task If you have ever followed a recipe or given someone driving directions, you have used an algorithm. Algorithms are used in computer science to solve problems ranging from sorting to programming self-driving cars. In this meetup, we will strengthen our problem-solving skills and logical thinking by solving an algorithm challenge. All levels are welcome, including beginners. The challenges can be solved in the language of your choosing. Laptops are strongly encouraged, but not required. Parking is available in the lot on 6th and Bainbridge or on the street.

  • Women Who Code Front End Study Night

    Mobelux

    Front End Study Night is a collaborative and open environment for us to hone our front-end web dev skills together through dialogue and peer programming. There is no formal project, but do come prepared to code. This time is for you to work on personal projects, homework, or the tutorials you've been meaning to get through! We welcome devs of all levels and encourage those with more experience to help out those that are just starting. Please bring your laptop as extra computers will not be available at the event. Each study group will have the following agenda: • 6:00pm - Welcome and Setup • 6:15 - 6:30pm - Introductions • 6:30 - 7:30pm - Code! • 7:30 - 7:45pm - Wrap Up A huge thanks to our sponsor, Mobelux, for providing dinner and event space! Parking Details: Please feel free to park in the numbered spots that wrap around the sides and the back of the building (there are about 20 total). If none are available, Lowe's is an option as well. Make sure you come in the front door as the side doors lock automatically.

  • Women Who Code Python Hacknight!

    Capital One Town Center

    Python is a top ranked programming language with many people learning it and applying it to numerous and very different domains. Its simplicity lends it to being great for teaching programming concepts to beginners and its massive libraries allow it to be a powerful language for solving many different types of problems such as web development, scientific computing, machine learning, data analysis, education and DevOps. Come join us for our Python Hack Night! Bring your own work, a problem to solve, a new concept to learn, take on a coding challenge we will have ready for you or meet a new friend and work with them on their idea. We will have a light dinner and beverages and look forward to a fun evening of Python. All levels are welcome! Laptops are strongly encouraged, but not required.