"Show & Tell" with Madison Women in Tech
We're excited to co-host this event with the Madison Women in Tech meetup (https://www.meetup.com/Madison-Women-in-Tech)! (Note: Please only RSVP on one of our pages so we have an accurate headcount.)
A huge thanks to Widen (https://www.widen.com/) for hosting us and sponsoring snacks and drinks 🙌🏻
All genders are welcome at this event.
- What's Show & Tell?
- Accessibility / Inclusion
- Code of Conduct
WHAT'S SHOW & TELL?
We did this a few years ago per member request, and decided it's high time to do another edition. The idea is to provide a space where people can share projects they're working on and get feedback in a safe, positive environment.
- You're trying your hand at web design and want thoughts about a new template
- You built a new game and want to get reactions
- You built yourself a portfolio site, or maybe a landing page for your grandma's church, and want tips
- You designed a sweet new robot and could use some friendly faces to test it out
- You're helping with the company blog and want feedback
- You're working on a presentation for a conference or professional event and want to brainstorm
- You have a kickass project you're doing at work and just want to show it off ;)
Sign up here (https://tinyurl.com/wit-show-tell) to secure a spot, or sign up in-person at the event.
Feel free to arrive anytime between 5:30 and 6pm; presentations will begin at 6pm.
Widen is located by the Beltline and John Nolan Drive; there's a large lot in the back where folks can park, and that's where the main entrance is, as well: "We'll have a sign when they enter, leading them to the North Freedom room just around the corner - first left when they enter." More info: https://tinyurl.com/widen-parking
The following bus lines come within a few blocks of Widen:
#11, #16, #L5, #X16,
ACCESSIBILITY / INCLUSION
Widen's building is accessible, and we'll have designated gender neutral bathrooms. Children are welcome :)
CODE OF CONDUCT
While this event is open to all genders, Madison Women in Tech deliberately curates spaces for and by women and nonbinary folks. Men who attend are expected to listen, and not center themselves or their experiences.
All attendees agree to adhere to the Madison Women in Tech code of conduct: http://coc.madisonwomen.tech