Written by Jacob Yoss

Sheree Atcheson has worn many hats, including the Global Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Peakon, Forbes contributor, keynote speaker, Women Who Code Advisor, and now author. The underlying thread in her successful career is championing inclusion and facilitating necessary conversations.

Sheree recently met with…


Written by Jacob Yoss

Shannon Burns is the Head of Engineering at Flatfile.io and a long-time Women Who Code member. Shannon recently made a generous contribution to our community equivalent to 10 percent of her first year’s engineering salary to fund a scholarship for women pursuing a computer science education…


Written by DeepSource

Right off the bat, let’s clarify an important distinction. Writing code that works and writing good code are two very different things. The former is a skill while the latter is an art form, and this difference distinguishes great programmers from the crowd.

When we talk of…


Written by Shay Waajid

Left: Shay Waajid | Right: Janeya Griffin

Janeya Griffin is a NASA Technology Transfer Engineer Contractor and entrepreneur. Her work fuels innovation by creating opportunities for inventions to go from concept to market. …


Written by WWCode HQ

Web Hosting Provider IONOS Joins With World’s Largest Women in Tech Nonprofit to Support Programming and Events for Women Engineers

ATLANTA — February 22nd, 2021Women Who Code (WWCode), an international community dedicated to inspiring women to succeed in technology, is partnering with IONOS, a…


Written by Briana Augenreich

Left: Briana Augenreich | Right: Ria Galanos

In this edition of Engineer to Engineer, WWCode Fellow Briana Augenreich meets with Ria Galanos, Software Engineering Lead for Learning and Development at Yext, to discuss the importance of teachers, encouraging students to love computer science, and technological advancements…


Written by Jacob Yoss

Left: Christy Marble | Center: Caity Bishop | Right: Fatima Sarah Khalid

Women Who Code has an exciting agenda planned for 2021. From our 70+ global networks and six online technical communities to major annual conferences like CONNECT, we want our members of all genders to…


Written by Joy Guerin

Left: Joy Guerin | Right: Rachel Knaster

In this edition of Above the Glass, Joy Guerin, Group Product Manager at Parkmobile, sits down with Rachel Knaster, Chief Product Officer at ASAPP, to ask her about the nature of product management, healthy company cultures, and the future…


Written by Eleanor Hecks

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If you love to work out complex computational problems, then a career as a developer is probably right for you. You’ll get a chance to use your creativity to come up with innovative solutions. …


Written by Jessica Fender

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Here’s one developer’s story from Reddit:

“I’m a coder. I think 80 percent of my emails and Slack messages are huge walls of text with caveperson grammar. Instead of replies, I get questions. How can I write better?”

A few details were adjusted for…

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