Women and non-binary coders, let's take your career to the next level!
Join us for 4 days designed to polish your skills and fully own your expertise through writing, speaking, and open source.
Write/Speak/Code is an intensive, four-day, hands-on conference with workshops, personalized feedback sessions, panels, and talks by talented women and non-binary coders. Each day of the conference is themed: Write/Visibility Day, Speak/Leadership Day, Code/Project Day and Growth. Attendees leave the conference having developed blog posts, conference talks, open source contributions, and more. We provide actionable next steps and a supportive community to keep attendees accountable to the goals they set at the conference and beyond.
Our conference features two tracks:
Write/Speak/Code is looking for woman and non-binary coders to share their experience, skills, and life story with our community. Interested in speaking? Submit to our CFP by Saturday, May 5th at 11:59PM ET.
We are particularly interested in these topics:
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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
I've had an amazing time these past few days with ~150 women developers. Can't recommend attending @WriteSpeakCode enough!— Annie Hsieh (@ankey) June 18, 2016
I'll promote @WriteSpeakCode to ALL women developers I know! Best part is being in a room of all women and unapologetically being ourselves!— Emily Stamey (@elstamey) June 18, 2016
I am in awe of the developers I’ve met @WriteSpeakCode today. Seriously!— Emily Stamey (@elstamey) June 16, 2016
Having a fabulous time @WriteSpeakCode. Honored to be a speaker & thrilled to be a part of a safe, welcoming community.— Iris Amelia 📎✊🏽 (@epubpupil) June 17, 2016
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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