Write/Speak/Code is on a mission to increase the visibility and leadership of women and non-binary coders through thought leadership, conference speaking, open source contributions, career development, personal growth and self-care.
Data scientists, software engineers, eBook publishers, designers, VPs of Engineering —and more!— have taken their career to the next level at our conferences, events, and local chapters across the US.
Learn to understand your expertise, own your expertise, and present yourself and your accomplishments with confidence with other fellow women and non-binary coders. We will convert our expertise into thought leadership, conference speaking, and open source contributing.
We provide breakfast and lunch for all dietary needs and ensure the location is wheelchair accessible. We also provide nursing rooms, childcare services, CART/ASL services, and any other accessibility needs, as requested. Our upcoming events are:
Write/Speak/Code holds meetups and full-day workshops in cities across the country, including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Our events and online spaces are dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender and gender identity, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion (or lack thereof). We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate at any point. Participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled at the discretion of the organizers.
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thank u #wsc2017conf for consistently being the best event for women in software 🙏 I have met so many inspiring bad ass women this week 😍— Alex Qin (@alexqin) August 26, 2017
Is too much inspiration a thing? #wsc2017conf inspired me to write again so much so that I have written 3 new blog posts in the last 4 days— Michelle Levine (@MichelleJLevine) August 26, 2017
from the moment I wrote my first line of code over a decade ago, I've yearned for a sense of belonging & community I found at #wsc2017conf— . (@emmatcu) August 26, 2017
glad to see @WriteSpeakCode organizers are easily identifiable by their shiny purple sashes. CRUCIAL to enforce a code of conduct!— Cat (@cfarm) June 17, 2016
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