• Weekly Study Group

    Mercari Inc.

    Welcome to WWCode Tokyo Study Group series. This is a casual weekly study session event, with no speakers or instructors. In the case that we have a national holiday or no one is available to host this event, it will be cancelled in advance. Are you interested in working on a side project away from the distractions of work? Are you interested in improving your coding skills by regular practice? Come to our weekly study group and get some focus-time for yourself. 📌 How does it work? ◆ This is a casual self-study session, there is no speaker or instructor ◆ You can come alone or with someone else you want to study/work with ◆ You can come in and leave at any time, there is no agenda ◆ It's just like a co-working space, to focus on studying or working on a side-project, but you have the chance to talk to someone else if you want ◆ We don't provide food for this event, but you can bring your own if you want ◆ Join our Slack group (#tokyo-study-group channel) to chat with other people during the study group or share links (ask for an invitation when you arrive at the event) 📌 Ideas on what to study/work on: Work on a side-project of your own or with others Work on an open-source project that you like ---▸ How to Contribute to Open-Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/how-contribute-to-open-source-projects ---▸ First Timer Guide to OSS: https://www.firsttimersonly.com/ Algorithm problems: ---▸ Leetcode (https://leetcode.com/) ---▸ HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/) ---▸ CodeSignal (https://codesignal.com/) Online courses or exercises: ---▸ Path to a free self-taught CS education (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) ---▸ Udacity courses (all levels, beginner to advanced, free and paid courses - https://www.udacity.com/courses/all) ---▸ FreeCodeCamp (for beginners leaning to code - https://www.freecodecamp.org/) Follow some tutorials to start with a new technology: ---▸ Getting Started with Go (https://golang.org/doc/install) ---▸ Getting Started with Angular (https://angular.io/guide/quickstart) ---▸ Getting Started with Android (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp) If you get stuck, there will likely be someone around who can help or discuss the issue with you. 📌 Who can join this event? This event is free and targeted to professional engineers or anyone studying or working in roles related to engineering and technology (entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, etc). This event is for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that recruiters and IT service consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to this event. WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and we welcome anyone interested in the main purpose of the event regardless of nationality, language, gender or skill level. If we identify any form of harassment or inappropriate behavior that does not comply with the event purpose, we will ask you to leave. Please read our Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 Venue This meetup will be at the 18F of Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower building. Big thanks to Mercari who will be hosting us for these sessions! https://www.mercari.com/jp/ 📌 WWCode call for leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the community, run events or simply spread the word. Email us at [masked]. 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo

  • Ideathon - Turn your ideas into reality.

    Impact Hub Tokyo

    We Women Who Code envision a world where women are proportionally represented as technical leaders, executives, founders, VCs, board members, and software engineers. To that end, we are organizing a new "Ideathon" in collaboration with Le Wagon Tokyo! At this workshop, you will be given the opportunity to develop leadership by learning how to build your business framework and its prototype. Join us to expand your skills and enhance your career! We look forward to meeting you. 📌Objective 1. Solutions to eradicate the leadership gender gap; and 2. Learning how to shape a business framework and its prototype. We will be covering the following key steps to bring your business ideas to life: - Discovering your target users, the issues they face, and the potential solutions to their problems; - Defining your unique value propositions; - Identifying your core user journey; - Designing & prototyping your full-fledged product with Figma. 📌Agenda This Ideathon will help you acquire the following skills: 13:15- Check-in 13:30- Product Design Sprint 101 (1h30min lecture); 15:00- Team assembling(15min); 15:15- Idea operationalization & Added value (30 min) [skill: business framework building] 15:45- Core User Journey & Prototyping (2 hours) [skill: team work] 17:45- Pitching (30 min) [skill: presentation] Pre-requisite * No pre-requisite; this is a workshop for beginners! * Ideally, come with a cool business idea - even if it seems crazy! Try thinking out of the box. * Bring your own laptop. * Install Chrome (https://www.google.com/chrome/) and Figma (https://www.figma.com). WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and all women in tech (or interested in tech) are encouraged to join! Beginners welcome. Men are welcome to attend this event too 🙂 https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 WWCode call for speakers, leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the events, spread the word or mentor in our study sessions! Email us at [masked]. If you want to be a speaker in one of our future events, fill out our speakers form and we will be more than happy to get in touch with you. First time speakers are super welcome and encouraged! Speakers form: https://goo.gl/forms/uJrU5hYO29nos56K2 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo Get invited to our Slack chat! Apply here: https://goo.gl/forms/sJkvekR9LIq0tXOH3 📌 Women Who Code とは? テック業界でキャリアを築く女性の支援をミッションとするNPOで、世界75都市に支部があります。女性エンジニア人口を増やすだけでなく、役員、VC、起業家、テクニカル・リーダーをはじめとするあらゆるロールで女性がさらに活躍する社会を目指しています。地域のネットワークを強化するとともに、世界的ネットワークを活かした支援体制で、技術やキャリアにまつわるワークショップ・勉強会の開催、カンファレンスへの参加支援、求人紹介などを行っています。

  • Weekly Study Group

    Mercari Inc.

    Welcome to WWCode Tokyo Study Group series. This is a casual weekly study session event, with no speakers or instructors. In the case that we have a national holiday or no one is available to host this event, it will be cancelled in advance. Are you interested in working on a side project away from the distractions of work? Are you interested in improving your coding skills by regular practice? Come to our weekly study group and get some focus-time for yourself. 📌 How does it work? ◆ This is a casual self-study session, there is no speaker or instructor ◆ You can come alone or with someone else you want to study/work with ◆ You can come in and leave at any time, there is no agenda ◆ It's just like a co-working space, to focus on studying or working on a side-project, but you have the chance to talk to someone else if you want ◆ We don't provide food for this event, but you can bring your own if you want ◆ Join our Slack group (#tokyo-study-group channel) to chat with other people during the study group or share links (ask for an invitation when you arrive at the event) 📌 Ideas on what to study/work on: Work on a side-project of your own or with others Work on an open-source project that you like ---▸ How to Contribute to Open-Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/how-contribute-to-open-source-projects ---▸ First Timer Guide to OSS: https://www.firsttimersonly.com/ Algorithm problems: ---▸ Leetcode (https://leetcode.com/) ---▸ HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/) ---▸ CodeSignal (https://codesignal.com/) Online courses or exercises: ---▸ Path to a free self-taught CS education (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) ---▸ Udacity courses (all levels, beginner to advanced, free and paid courses - https://www.udacity.com/courses/all) ---▸ FreeCodeCamp (for beginners leaning to code - https://www.freecodecamp.org/) Follow some tutorials to start with a new technology: ---▸ Getting Started with Go (https://golang.org/doc/install) ---▸ Getting Started with Angular (https://angular.io/guide/quickstart) ---▸ Getting Started with Android (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp) If you get stuck, there will likely be someone around who can help or discuss the issue with you. 📌 Who can join this event? This event is free and targeted to professional engineers or anyone studying or working in roles related to engineering and technology (entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, etc). This event is for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that recruiters and IT service consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to this event. WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and we welcome anyone interested in the main purpose of the event regardless of nationality, language, gender or skill level. If we identify any form of harassment or inappropriate behavior that does not comply with the event purpose, we will ask you to leave. Please read our Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 Venue This meetup will be at the 18F of Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower building. Big thanks to Mercari who will be hosting us for these sessions! https://www.mercari.com/jp/ 📌 WWCode call for leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the community, run events or simply spread the word. Email us at [masked]. 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo

  • Weekly Study Group

    Mercari Inc.

    Welcome to WWCode Tokyo Study Group series. This is a casual weekly study session event, with no speakers or instructors. In the case that we have a national holiday or no one is available to host this event, it will be cancelled in advance. Are you interested in working on a side project away from the distractions of work? Are you interested in improving your coding skills by regular practice? Come to our weekly study group and get some focus-time for yourself. 📌 How does it work? ◆ This is a casual self-study session, there is no speaker or instructor ◆ You can come alone or with someone else you want to study/work with ◆ You can come in and leave at any time, there is no agenda ◆ It's just like a co-working space, to focus on studying or working on a side-project, but you have the chance to talk to someone else if you want ◆ We don't provide food for this event, but you can bring your own if you want ◆ Join our Slack group (#tokyo-study-group channel) to chat with other people during the study group or share links (ask for an invitation when you arrive at the event) 📌 Ideas on what to study/work on: Work on a side-project of your own or with others Work on an open-source project that you like ---▸ How to Contribute to Open-Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/how-contribute-to-open-source-projects ---▸ First Timer Guide to OSS: https://www.firsttimersonly.com/ Algorithm problems: ---▸ Leetcode (https://leetcode.com/) ---▸ HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/) ---▸ CodeSignal (https://codesignal.com/) Online courses or exercises: ---▸ Path to a free self-taught CS education (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) ---▸ Udacity courses (all levels, beginner to advanced, free and paid courses - https://www.udacity.com/courses/all) ---▸ FreeCodeCamp (for beginners leaning to code - https://www.freecodecamp.org/) Follow some tutorials to start with a new technology: ---▸ Getting Started with Go (https://golang.org/doc/install) ---▸ Getting Started with Angular (https://angular.io/guide/quickstart) ---▸ Getting Started with Android (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp) If you get stuck, there will likely be someone around who can help or discuss the issue with you. 📌 Who can join this event? This event is free and targeted to professional engineers or anyone studying or working in roles related to engineering and technology (entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, etc). This event is for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that recruiters and IT service consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to this event. WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and we welcome anyone interested in the main purpose of the event regardless of nationality, language, gender or skill level. If we identify any form of harassment or inappropriate behavior that does not comply with the event purpose, we will ask you to leave. Please read our Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 Venue This meetup will be at the 18F of Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower building. Big thanks to Mercari who will be hosting us for these sessions! https://www.mercari.com/jp/ 📌 WWCode call for leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the community, run events or simply spread the word. Email us at [masked]. 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo

  • Weekly Study Group

    Mercari Inc.

    Welcome to WWCode Tokyo Study Group series. This is a casual weekly study session event, with no speakers or instructors. In the case that we have a national holiday or no one is available to host this event, it will be cancelled in advance. Are you interested in working on a side project away from the distractions of work? Are you interested in improving your coding skills by regular practice? Come to our weekly study group and get some focus-time for yourself. 📌 How does it work? ◆ This is a casual self-study session, there is no speaker or instructor ◆ You can come alone or with someone else you want to study/work with ◆ You can come in and leave at any time, there is no agenda ◆ It's just like a co-working space, to focus on studying or working on a side-project, but you have the chance to talk to someone else if you want ◆ We don't provide food for this event, but you can bring your own if you want ◆ Join our Slack group (#tokyo-study-group channel) to chat with other people during the study group or share links (ask for an invitation when you arrive at the event) 📌 Ideas on what to study/work on: Work on a side-project of your own or with others Work on an open-source project that you like ---▸ How to Contribute to Open-Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/how-contribute-to-open-source-projects ---▸ First Timer Guide to OSS: https://www.firsttimersonly.com/ Algorithm problems: ---▸ Leetcode (https://leetcode.com/) ---▸ HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/) ---▸ CodeSignal (https://codesignal.com/) Online courses or exercises: ---▸ Path to a free self-taught CS education (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) ---▸ Udacity courses (all levels, beginner to advanced, free and paid courses - https://www.udacity.com/courses/all) ---▸ FreeCodeCamp (for beginners leaning to code - https://www.freecodecamp.org/) Follow some tutorials to start with a new technology: ---▸ Getting Started with Go (https://golang.org/doc/install) ---▸ Getting Started with Angular (https://angular.io/guide/quickstart) ---▸ Getting Started with Android (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp) If you get stuck, there will likely be someone around who can help or discuss the issue with you. 📌 Who can join this event? This event is free and targeted to professional engineers or anyone studying or working in roles related to engineering and technology (entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, etc). This event is for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that recruiters and IT service consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to this event. WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and we welcome anyone interested in the main purpose of the event regardless of nationality, language, gender or skill level. If we identify any form of harassment or inappropriate behavior that does not comply with the event purpose, we will ask you to leave. Please read our Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 Venue This meetup will be at the 18F of Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower building. Big thanks to Mercari who will be hosting us for these sessions! https://www.mercari.com/jp/ 📌 WWCode call for leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the community, run events or simply spread the word. Email us at [masked]. 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo

  • Weekly Study Group

    Mercari Inc.

    Welcome to WWCode Tokyo Study Group series. This is a casual weekly study session event, with no speakers or instructors. In the case that we have a national holiday or no one is available to host this event, it will be cancelled in advance. Are you interested in working on a side project away from the distractions of work? Are you interested in improving your coding skills by regular practice? Come to our weekly study group and get some focus-time for yourself. 📌 How does it work? ◆ This is a casual self-study session, there is no speaker or instructor ◆ You can come alone or with someone else you want to study/work with ◆ You can come in and leave at any time, there is no agenda ◆ It's just like a co-working space, to focus on studying or working on a side-project, but you have the chance to talk to someone else if you want ◆ We don't provide food for this event, but you can bring your own if you want ◆ Join our Slack group (#tokyo-study-group channel) to chat with other people during the study group or share links (ask for an invitation when you arrive at the event) 📌 Ideas on what to study/work on: Work on a side-project of your own or with others Work on an open-source project that you like ---▸ How to Contribute to Open-Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/how-contribute-to-open-source-projects ---▸ First Timer Guide to OSS: https://www.firsttimersonly.com/ Algorithm problems: ---▸ Leetcode (https://leetcode.com/) ---▸ HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/) ---▸ CodeSignal (https://codesignal.com/) Online courses or exercises: ---▸ Path to a free self-taught CS education (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) ---▸ Udacity courses (all levels, beginner to advanced, free and paid courses - https://www.udacity.com/courses/all) ---▸ FreeCodeCamp (for beginners leaning to code - https://www.freecodecamp.org/) Follow some tutorials to start with a new technology: ---▸ Getting Started with Go (https://golang.org/doc/install) ---▸ Getting Started with Angular (https://angular.io/guide/quickstart) ---▸ Getting Started with Android (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp) If you get stuck, there will likely be someone around who can help or discuss the issue with you. 📌 Who can join this event? This event is free and targeted to professional engineers or anyone studying or working in roles related to engineering and technology (entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, etc). This event is for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that recruiters and IT service consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to this event. WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and we welcome anyone interested in the main purpose of the event regardless of nationality, language, gender or skill level. If we identify any form of harassment or inappropriate behavior that does not comply with the event purpose, we will ask you to leave. Please read our Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 Venue This meetup will be at the 18F of Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower building. Big thanks to Mercari who will be hosting us for these sessions! https://www.mercari.com/jp/ 📌 WWCode call for leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the community, run events or simply spread the word. Email us at [masked]. 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo

  • Weekly Study Group

    Mercari Inc.

    Welcome to WWCode Tokyo Study Group series. This is a casual weekly study session event, with no speakers or instructors. In the case that we have a national holiday or no one is available to host this event, it will be cancelled in advance. Are you interested in working on a side project away from the distractions of work? Are you interested in improving your coding skills by regular practice? Come to our weekly study group and get some focus-time for yourself. 📌 How does it work? ◆ This is a casual self-study session, there is no speaker or instructor ◆ You can come alone or with someone else you want to study/work with ◆ You can come in and leave at any time, there is no agenda ◆ It's just like a co-working space, to focus on studying or working on a side-project, but you have the chance to talk to someone else if you want ◆ We don't provide food for this event, but you can bring your own if you want ◆ Join our Slack group (#tokyo-study-group channel) to chat with other people during the study group or share links (ask for an invitation when you arrive at the event) 📌 Ideas on what to study/work on: Work on a side-project of your own or with others Work on an open-source project that you like ---▸ How to Contribute to Open-Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/how-contribute-to-open-source-projects ---▸ First Timer Guide to OSS: https://www.firsttimersonly.com/ Algorithm problems: ---▸ Leetcode (https://leetcode.com/) ---▸ HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/) ---▸ CodeSignal (https://codesignal.com/) Online courses or exercises: ---▸ Path to a free self-taught CS education (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) ---▸ Udacity courses (all levels, beginner to advanced, free and paid courses - https://www.udacity.com/courses/all) ---▸ FreeCodeCamp (for beginners leaning to code - https://www.freecodecamp.org/) Follow some tutorials to start with a new technology: ---▸ Getting Started with Go (https://golang.org/doc/install) ---▸ Getting Started with Angular (https://angular.io/guide/quickstart) ---▸ Getting Started with Android (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp) If you get stuck, there will likely be someone around who can help or discuss the issue with you. 📌 Who can join this event? This event is free and targeted to professional engineers or anyone studying or working in roles related to engineering and technology (entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, etc). This event is for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that recruiters and IT service consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to this event. WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and we welcome anyone interested in the main purpose of the event regardless of nationality, language, gender or skill level. If we identify any form of harassment or inappropriate behavior that does not comply with the event purpose, we will ask you to leave. Please read our Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 Venue This meetup will be at the 18F of Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower building. Big thanks to Mercari who will be hosting us for these sessions! https://www.mercari.com/jp/ 📌 WWCode call for leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the community, run events or simply spread the word. Email us at [masked]. 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo

  • Weekly Study Group

    Mercari Inc.

    Welcome to WWCode Tokyo Study Group series. This is a casual weekly study session event, with no speakers or instructors. In the case that we have a national holiday or no one is available to host this event, it will be cancelled in advance. Are you interested in working on a side project away from the distractions of work? Are you interested in improving your coding skills by regular practice? Come to our weekly study group and get some focus-time for yourself. 📌 How does it work? ◆ This is a casual self-study session, there is no speaker or instructor ◆ You can come alone or with someone else you want to study/work with ◆ You can come in and leave at any time, there is no agenda ◆ It's just like a co-working space, to focus on studying or working on a side-project, but you have the chance to talk to someone else if you want ◆ We don't provide food for this event, but you can bring your own if you want ◆ Join our Slack group (#tokyo-study-group channel) to chat with other people during the study group or share links (ask for an invitation when you arrive at the event) 📌 Ideas on what to study/work on: Work on a side-project of your own or with others Work on an open-source project that you like ---▸ How to Contribute to Open-Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/how-contribute-to-open-source-projects ---▸ First Timer Guide to OSS: https://www.firsttimersonly.com/ Algorithm problems: ---▸ Leetcode (https://leetcode.com/) ---▸ HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/) ---▸ CodeSignal (https://codesignal.com/) Online courses or exercises: ---▸ Path to a free self-taught CS education (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) ---▸ Udacity courses (all levels, beginner to advanced, free and paid courses - https://www.udacity.com/courses/all) ---▸ FreeCodeCamp (for beginners leaning to code - https://www.freecodecamp.org/) Follow some tutorials to start with a new technology: ---▸ Getting Started with Go (https://golang.org/doc/install) ---▸ Getting Started with Angular (https://angular.io/guide/quickstart) ---▸ Getting Started with Android (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp) If you get stuck, there will likely be someone around who can help or discuss the issue with you. 📌 Who can join this event? This event is free and targeted to professional engineers or anyone studying or working in roles related to engineering and technology (entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, etc). This event is for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that recruiters and IT service consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to this event. WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and we welcome anyone interested in the main purpose of the event regardless of nationality, language, gender or skill level. If we identify any form of harassment or inappropriate behavior that does not comply with the event purpose, we will ask you to leave. Please read our Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 Venue This meetup will be at the 18F of Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower building. Big thanks to Mercari who will be hosting us for these sessions! https://www.mercari.com/jp/ 📌 WWCode call for leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the community, run events or simply spread the word. Email us at [masked]. 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo

  • Weekly Study Group

    Mercari Inc.

    Welcome to WWCode Tokyo Study Group series. This is a casual weekly study session event, with no speakers or instructors. In the case that we have a national holiday or no one is available to host this event, it will be cancelled in advance. Are you interested in working on a side project away from the distractions of work? Are you interested in improving your coding skills by regular practice? Come to our weekly study group and get some focus-time for yourself. 📌 How does it work? ◆ This is a casual self-study session, there is no speaker or instructor ◆ You can come alone or with someone else you want to study/work with ◆ You can come in and leave at any time, there is no agenda ◆ It's just like a co-working space, to focus on studying or working on a side-project, but you have the chance to talk to someone else if you want ◆ We don't provide food for this event, but you can bring your own if you want ◆ Join our Slack group (#tokyo-study-group channel) to chat with other people during the study group or share links (ask for an invitation when you arrive at the event) 📌 Ideas on what to study/work on: Work on a side-project of your own or with others Work on an open-source project that you like ---▸ How to Contribute to Open-Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/how-contribute-to-open-source-projects ---▸ First Timer Guide to OSS: https://www.firsttimersonly.com/ Algorithm problems: ---▸ Leetcode (https://leetcode.com/) ---▸ HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/) ---▸ CodeSignal (https://codesignal.com/) Online courses or exercises: ---▸ Path to a free self-taught CS education (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) ---▸ Udacity courses (all levels, beginner to advanced, free and paid courses - https://www.udacity.com/courses/all) ---▸ FreeCodeCamp (for beginners leaning to code - https://www.freecodecamp.org/) Follow some tutorials to start with a new technology: ---▸ Getting Started with Go (https://golang.org/doc/install) ---▸ Getting Started with Angular (https://angular.io/guide/quickstart) ---▸ Getting Started with Android (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp) If you get stuck, there will likely be someone around who can help or discuss the issue with you. 📌 Who can join this event? This event is free and targeted to professional engineers or anyone studying or working in roles related to engineering and technology (entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, etc). This event is for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that recruiters and IT service consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to this event. WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and we welcome anyone interested in the main purpose of the event regardless of nationality, language, gender or skill level. If we identify any form of harassment or inappropriate behavior that does not comply with the event purpose, we will ask you to leave. Please read our Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 Venue This meetup will be at the 18F of Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower building. Big thanks to Mercari who will be hosting us for these sessions! https://www.mercari.com/jp/ 📌 WWCode call for leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the community, run events or simply spread the word. Email us at [masked]. 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo

  • Weekly Study Group

    Mercari Inc.

    Welcome to WWCode Tokyo Study Group series. This is a casual weekly study session event, with no speakers or instructors. In the case that we have a national holiday or no one is available to host this event, it will be cancelled in advance. Are you interested in working on a side project away from the distractions of work? Are you interested in improving your coding skills by regular practice? Come to our weekly study group and get some focus-time for yourself. 📌 How does it work? ◆ This is a casual self-study session, there is no speaker or instructor ◆ You can come alone or with someone else you want to study/work with ◆ You can come in and leave at any time, there is no agenda ◆ It's just like a co-working space, to focus on studying or working on a side-project, but you have the chance to talk to someone else if you want ◆ We don't provide food for this event, but you can bring your own if you want ◆ Join our Slack group (#tokyo-study-group channel) to chat with other people during the study group or share links (ask for an invitation when you arrive at the event) 📌 Ideas on what to study/work on: Work on a side-project of your own or with others Work on an open-source project that you like ---▸ How to Contribute to Open-Source: https://rubygarage.org/blog/how-contribute-to-open-source-projects ---▸ First Timer Guide to OSS: https://www.firsttimersonly.com/ Algorithm problems: ---▸ Leetcode (https://leetcode.com/) ---▸ HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com/) ---▸ CodeSignal (https://codesignal.com/) Online courses or exercises: ---▸ Path to a free self-taught CS education (https://github.com/ossu/computer-science) ---▸ Udacity courses (all levels, beginner to advanced, free and paid courses - https://www.udacity.com/courses/all) ---▸ FreeCodeCamp (for beginners leaning to code - https://www.freecodecamp.org/) Follow some tutorials to start with a new technology: ---▸ Getting Started with Go (https://golang.org/doc/install) ---▸ Getting Started with Angular (https://angular.io/guide/quickstart) ---▸ Getting Started with Android (https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp) If you get stuck, there will likely be someone around who can help or discuss the issue with you. 📌 Who can join this event? This event is free and targeted to professional engineers or anyone studying or working in roles related to engineering and technology (entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, etc). This event is for community building and knowledge sharing. We politely ask that recruiters and IT service consultants looking to hire or sell their services do not come to this event. WWCode Tokyo strives to be an inclusive and safe space. We are a multilingual group, and we welcome anyone interested in the main purpose of the event regardless of nationality, language, gender or skill level. If we identify any form of harassment or inappropriate behavior that does not comply with the event purpose, we will ask you to leave. Please read our Code of Conduct: https://www.womenwhocode.com/codeofconduct 📌 Venue This meetup will be at the 18F of Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower building. Big thanks to Mercari who will be hosting us for these sessions! https://www.mercari.com/jp/ 📌 WWCode call for leaders and volunteers Pssst! Would you like to get more involved with the Women Who Code community and help us make a difference for women in tech? We're always looking for new leaders and volunteers to help us organize the community, run events or simply spread the word. Email us at [masked]. 📌 Stay in touch! Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwcode_tokyo Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwcode_tokyo Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wwcode.tokyo Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wwcode.tokyo