Join Women Who Code for a fun and casual night with some great talks, followed by time for networking and socializing with others in the Boston tech scene.
6:00 - 6:30 pm: Registration + Mingle
6:30 - 7:30 pm: Talks
7:30 - 8:30 pm: Networking
---- Talks ----
> "Perceived performance, and why it matters"
Indira Pranabudi -- Software Engineer at Vistaprint
Indira is a software engineer at Vistaprint, an e-commerce company that helps small businesses create customized marketing materials. She is currently working on improving mobile experience — starting with optimizing website performance, and now working on a new design and cross-sell experience. In her spare time, you can find her scuba diving, taking photos, and traveling to new places.
> "The next billion users and the digital gender divide"
Sara Cashman -- Developer, Co-Founder at Inclusive Tech Lab
Sara is a bootcamp grad and now works on the front end of an e-commerce site. She is also a co-founder of Inclusive Tech Lab, which seeks to help women, non-binary people, and anyone who has felt left out of traditional tech spaces to learn new skills together.
> "Bridging the Gap between Work Experience and Working Knowledge when learning a programming language"
Michelle Aldag -- Data Analyst
Michelle Aldag loves to crunch data. Having spent over 5 years in business and data analysis, Michelle has helped mid-sized and multi-million-dollar, retail clients use data to better understand and meet their customer’s growing needs and create stronger customer experiences and e-commerce platforms. Michelle holds an MBA and MS in Information Technology, currently looking for a new role in data analysis.
Speak at our next event!
If you'd like to give a lightning talk (or longer talk!) at a future event, please fill out this form (http://bit.ly/wwcode-boston-speaker-signup). If you'd like to speak but don't have a topic in mind, let us know and we can help you brainstorm. The talk doesn't have to be technical and the only requirement is that others should be able to learn something from it. Lightning talks are short (~10 minutes + a couple of minutes for Q&A) so shouldn't require a lot of preparation.
Code of Conduct
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