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Marketing and Communications Volunteering Opportunity at Coding Girls

Are passionate about technology and marketing? Are you interested in making the world a better place? Send your CV at office@coding-girls.com and a brief motivational letter. Sharing is caring! :) Closing date: Sep 01, 2017

Posted on Aug 14, 2017

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Coding Girls are looking for heroes!

If you want to volunteer at Coding Girls it is important to know that we are passionate and devoted about making a difference in tech field and closing the gender gap. Please, send your CV at office@coding-girls.com and a brief motivational letter.

Posted on Aug 12, 2017

Coding Girls Meetups Speaker Q&A

Become a Speaker Q&A

Q : I’d like to become a speaker, but I don’t know what to talk about? A: There are a lot of topics to talk about. The major topics that would be interesting for the audience are the following: Technology -...

Posted on Aug 11, 2017

Women in Tech: Bulgaria is leading according to Eurostat

According to Eurostat more than 8 million ICT specialists were employed in the EU in 2016. Bulgaria ranks #1 in female ICT specialists among the EU countries. “In the European Union (EU), 8.2 million persons were employed in 2016 as Information and...

Posted on Jul 26, 2017

Coding Girls on Being Human: Closing the Gender Gap. Are You Ready?

Inspired by Zsófi Major’s motivating blog post about Being Human At DrupalCon Vienna , I couldn’t help but write this blog post and prepare a session proposal. I share the same views with Zsófi that all people have stories...

Posted on Jun 24, 2017

First Steps in Coding for Girls

On the 22nd of June, we had a remarkable day. Due to such a huge interest in our workshop we organised two instead one. The results: We had 17 participants, one of them was a boy, who participated with his younger sister. All the girls in the age...

Posted on Jun 23, 2017