Women are an important and growing part of the IT world. Progress is committed to supporting women who wish to learn more about tech - come join us at a pair of women-only coding workshops at DevReach 2018.
Computer programming and coding skills continue to be in high demand in the job market, and as the tech industry booms, more and more women are entering this field. According to many statistics women make up just 20% of the IT workforce today, but this number is slowly starting to increase.
Progress is committed to helping all women who are interested in learning to code and entering the industry. Two free programming workshops designed for women will be held during the upcoming DevReach 2018 conference.
Both workshops, run by ngGirls and Vue Vixens, are taking place as part of Central and Eastern Europe’s premier conference for developers, DevReach, which is organized by Progress.
The ngGirls workshop runs from 9 am to 12 pm. It is targeted towards women who want to learn how to develop using Angular, a Google technology for developing applications. Progress experts Jen Peleva, Stanimira Vlaeva and Vasil Chimev will be speakers at the workshop. Mentors will be also helping the participants at ngGirls. Register here.
In addition to these workshops, you can also enjoy great women-led sessions throughout our conference on the 13th and 14th of November. Come and meet Laura Carvajal, Cortney Christian, Simona Cotin, Jo Frangchetti, and many more.
Feeling inspired and want to come join us? Get all details and register right here, or register directly through the link below. See you at DevReach 2018 in Sofia - come celebrate with us!
Galia is a Product Marketing Manager for Telerik Reporting, Telerik Report Server and Telerik DevCraft at Progress. She has 18+ years in marketing, improving the sales, performance and reputation of a great number of international companies. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, psychology, mountain climbing and music.
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