We all know that the gender gap in the technology field is vastly unequal. If you are someone who is interested in closing that gap and making a difference, then Women Who Code is your go-to girl. Why? Because Women Who Code is making massive global strides to bridge that gap every day.
It’s hard to say definitively, but trends seem to be leaning away from traditional schooling and more towards people teaching themselves. In the past few years, I’ve had the honor to come across few commendable coders and to my surprise, they didn’t visit any college, few of them not even completed the schooling.
If you’re a good marketing person, you have to be a little crazy. — Jim Metcalf
We are beyond excited to be working with Lighthouse labs during our Lady Problems Global Series! Canada will always have a special place in AngelHack’s heart and these folk have graciously worked with us to bring you all a sick venue in Vancouver!
J.P. Morgan helps businesses and markets grow and develop around the world. The span of its products is broad and global, working with clients across asset management, investment banking and private banking businesses. Technology and innovation are core to J.P. Morgan’s business. “Technology powers everything we do.” This statement holds true at J.P. Morgan. The company processes up to $6 trillion in payments per day and services 19 million mobile customers. If that’s not impressive then I don’t know what is. Find more about J.P. Morgan’s technology here, http://careers.jpmorgan.com/careers/divisions/technology
It’s that time again everybody…. Hackathon season is in the air. That friendly feeling of anxiety while Red Bull courses through your veins, you scramble to enter the last few values into your line of code, driving you through the finish line. You did it, and that feeling is all too real. That feeling is going to push you to tackle hackathon on top of hackathon, earning you the title of seasoned veteran.
On September 24, 2016 AngelHack’s Director of Social Innovation, Rachel Katz had the opportunity to participate as one of the panel members at The Tech Museum in San Jose for the hackathon, “Hack Homelessness.” The teams participating had to think critically and build something in the span of a few short days all with a singular mission in mind: create innovative projects that fight homelessness.