[WW]CODE Review June 29th

WWCode Research Project
 WWCode is looking to conduct short interviews with members of the community to help us understand how to better serve you. Please complete this sign up form to apply.
 
 Scholarships
 Insight Data Science & Engineering Fellows Programs are offering $1000 scholarships to WWCode members! Programs are tuition free and start September in Silicon Valley, NYC, and Boston.
 
 Full and partial scholarships (up to a $20,000 value) available for Coding House thanks to a partnership with WWCode. Apply by 7/6.
 
 BitTiger, a Mandarin language online engineering community that teaches students the most in-demand software engineering skills, has teamed up with WWCode to offer 30 VIP memberships. Apply by 7/15.
 
 Employment Opportunities
 Join an exceptional team of Data Scientists + Engineers at Zalando’s Fashion Insights Centre in Dublin. Learn more about our work + culture.
 
 RadioPublic is seeking a talented UX/UI designer to remake radio. You will shape design, brand direction for early consumer mobile products.

WWCode In The News
 SF Gate: Atlassian is giving $110,000 to Women Who Code to help provide technical skills for aspiring software engineers.
 
 Technical.ly: 4 things all women STEM grads should know before an interview.
 
 LightReading Women in Comms roundup: Barbie’s got coding skills.
 
 #ApplaudHer

Docker interviewed Luisa Morales of WWCode NYC for her work in growing the Docker NYC community.
 
 WWCode Sillicon Valley member Kristina Thai of will be speaking about the Apple Watch at try! Swift NYC in September.
 
 Maddie Shang of WWCode Toronto & her team were the 1st place winners at the Cisco DevNet hackathon in Toronto, for building an IoT interface that allows humans to interact with plants.
 
 WWCode Colima member Ana Castro accepted an offer as a Software Engineer with Litmus and will be moving to Los Angeles!
 
 WWCode NYC member Katelyn Hertel accepted a job with Fastly as a Customer Support Engineer after graduating from Bloc.

Coming Back, Diving In, A Tale of a Return to Work
 Jodi Loar — WWCode Atlanta
 
 I’ve just spent the last 15 minutes looking for the “settings” tab on my Gmail to change my signature. I sit at my spot at Starbucks with my Green Tea and look around for a friendly face that might want to help me. Finally, after clicking every tab I can find, I locate the ‘settings’ tab. The… Read On

WWCode Maker Bytes #23
 By the WWCode Core Team
 Pictured Contributor: Chhavip
 
 Chhavi likes to work on new things and experiment, always looking out for a challenge. Teaching (or badgering) others with what she has learned is also a passion. Usually she has her hands dabbled in a lot more than she should but so far she has avoided a disaster! When she is not… Read On


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