LadyCoders Boulder was a 2-day career conference held in May 2013 for women in technology providing tangible, real-world advice to advance their careers at all stages. Over 60 women attended for 2 days at Google’s headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.
Mock Technical Interviews with Sr. Engineers
Career Spotlights from women at the top of their field
Being in the Driver Seat of Your Career
Employment Law Myths
The Start-up Life
Building Risk and Confidence
Speakers included the CTO for the State of Colorado, engineers from Google, Twitter and Spotify as well as the Co-Founder of Girl Develop It and numerous female executives at the top of their field offering tangible advice for improving their careers. To see a full list of speakers, click here.
LadyCoders Productions conceived of, organized, corralled, planned, promoted and delivered the 2 day career conference from scratch. And was also successful in securing enough sponsorships to cover 100% of expenses from: Gnip (now Twitter), Spotify, Google, SendGrid, Commerce Kitchen, Rally Software, Github, ReturnPath and Technical Integrity.
Click here to read first-hand the impact of LadyCoders Boulder had on the career of a software developer.
There will be a second 2-day LadyCoders Conference in 2018.
Recess was an unconventional evening presented by the AMA Colorado and Ignite Denver and managed by Equili. Attendees gathered at the Denver Museum of Art to gain inspiration and give their left brain a rest. Recess brought speakers and experts from all walks of life to give attendees an opportunity to break away from their daily routine; recharge and find inspiration to refuel their creative energy.
Tech Garden was a community-led event designed by community leaders from MergeLane, Techstars, Galvanize, BoomTown, and LadyCoders to empower more women to start technology companies by connecting them to a network of like-minded women for support, shared learning, and role models.
Coder Day of Service was a community event inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the National Day of Service. For one day, 200 coders came together in New York City to contribute to over 50 open-source social impact projects.