Founded in 2011, Women Who Code is a global non-profit organization that provides services for women pursuing technology careers and a job board for companies seeking coding professionals.This organization, consisting of over 137,000 female engineers across 60 cities in 20 countries, aims to provide an avenue into the technology world by evaluating and assisting women developing technical skill.
The Seoul chapter of Women Who Code was set up in March 2018 to highlight achievements by women in the IT industry and provide opportunities through networking in South Korea. Currently, Women Who Code Seoul, the 1st chapter for WWCODE in Korea now running with 200 more members online led by 10 leaders.
From #WWCODE APAC #Leadership Summit to @DevRelSummit, It was indeed two days full of wonders, knowledge, motivation and encouragement. We achieved enlightenment assuredly from top-notch tech leaders. This experience will surely work as the driving force for a better community. pic.twitter.com/rsYpDiJedp— Sujin Lee (@sujinleeme) November 8, 2018
📹 #DevRelSummit Recap— Sujin Lee (@sujinleeme) November 13, 2018
What were benefits:
👀Insight into top industry #DevRel engagement practices
🤝Networking with peers who create DevRel strategy
🌏Connecting with developer engagement experiences
👩💻Sharing lessons with #WWCode APAC directors to empower local women in tech pic.twitter.com/pzUViCOrl7