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Are you working on a project? Alone or in a team? Use this weekly event as an opportunity to meet with your team-mates, have access to industry mentors, advance your project, and of course, network.
* She's Coding breakout room *
We invite all our Summer Code-a-thon teams to join us at Code Fellows - we have a breakout room reserved for She's Coding: room Ada Lovelace.
* Tonight's Special: Talk & Community Night Beverage Break *
6:00-6:10 - Welcome with Brian Nations, Principal Instructor, Code Fellows
6:10-6:45 - Succeeding in a Career in Tech with Cynthia Wang - Director, Design and Digital Engagement, Market Development and Insights at IBM
6:45-7:15 - Community Hack Night Beverage Break
* Mentoring Corner *
Feel free to ask advice regarding your personal or group development projects from industry mentors. Due to the special talk & break format tonight, the best time to approach them is during the Beverage Break from 6:45-7:15pm. This week's mentors are:
- Cynthia Wang, Director, Design and Digital Engagement, Market Development and Insights at IBM
- Jacob Isenberg, Software Developer, Bluewolf
Register on Eventbrite >> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/monthly-community-hack-night-tickets-49105283224
** What is the Code Fellows Community Hack Night? **
To support continued skill development, portfolio project enhancements, and networking for the greater Seattle development community, Code Fellows is launching a weekly Programming Night collaboration with SeattleJS Hacker & She's Coding.
This event will be open to the following audiences:
- Current Code Fellows students, seeking graduates (Career Accelerator Participants), alumni
- SeattleJS Hackers Members
- She's Coding Members
- Individuals interested in getting into coding
- Experienced developers who want to mentor and give back to the community
We ask that all attendees abide by the core principles of the Code Fellows Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codefellows/code-of-conduct) to keep this a safe and inclusive environment, which includes in summary:
- Be Kind
- Be Honest
- Be Respectful