Austin All-Girl Hack Night

A meetup for women developers the 2nd Wednesday of every month at ActiveProspect.

Our goal is to help women in our field find each other to make friends, work on projects, and share knowledge. We have talks by women working on interesting things in many niches, followed by time to work collaboratively, ending with an optional laptops-closed social event at a nearby bar.
If you're a woman who writes code, we'd love to have you join us!

coming up:Hack Night and discussion of Javascript study group

May 13, 2015 ★ 7pm ★ ActiveProspect

At this meeting, we will discuss the further direction of the recently formed women's Javascript group: how often and when to meet, what materials to study from. Everybody is welcome to join discussion, and, of course, the Javascript study group itself. (This discussion was supposed to take place in April, but was postponed.)

RSVP at our event page.

Our highlights from past events:

Introduction to Clojure by Nola Stowe, February 11, 2015

Introduction to Sass by Una Kravets, January 8, 2015

Presentation on Dart programming language, October 8, 2014

Build Your Development Environment, August 22, 2014

Other events in 2014

Events in 2013

Arduino programming class in 2011

Inaugural All Girl Hack Night meetup in 2010

More events around town:

Got an event for women developers you want to see here? Get in touch, or simply make a pull request!


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PyLadies is a social/professional group for female Python programmers at every experience level. Developers and aspiring developers only, please. (Beginners are always welcome!)

Girl Develop It

Recurring ★ various dates and locations

Want to learn how to code? Have a great idea? Don't be shy. Develop it. It can be intimidating for women to learn and ask questions when they are in an extreme minority. While open and welcoming, today's budding developer community is up to 91% male. There isn't a comfortable place where women can learn at their own pace and not be afraid to ask "stupid questions." We decided it was time to provide a place where all questions are OK and everyone can learn in a supportive environment. Our courses focus on coding, leveraging existing technology, and having something to show for it (aka building sweet websites). Stay tuned to this meetup for upcoming scheduled classes.

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