LadyHacks 2014 Partners with Women Techmakers on International Women’s Day
The second Philadelphia LadyHacks took place on International Women’s Day and hosted 80 participants, a 20% increase over the first year. This number includes 16 technologists who donated their time and skills to serve as mentors, six volunteers who assisted with logistics, and six planning committee members. Roughly one third of our attendees were students, about 10% of attendees were women contemplating a career change into tech, and half of participants were women who currently work in the industry.
The hackathon raised $1,074 for TechGirlz, which wouldn’t have been possible with the generosity of our 2014 sponsors: PipelineDeals, First Round Capital, Yikes, Inc., Monetate, Azavea, Play Eternal, Girl Develop It, Girl Geek Dinners, The Hacktory, Think Brownstone, and Duck Duck Go.
Corey Latislaw’s Storify: Women Techmakers + LadyHacks
(March 10, 2014)
Women Techmakers events are geared toward increasing visibility, community and resources for technical women in the computing industry. LadyHacks is a civic hackathon that empowers future female involvement in the tech community….
This weekend, I spent my Friday night and Saturday at LadyHacks, the local women*-only hackathon….
She Tech Philly: LadyHacks: An Introduction to Hackathons
(February 28, 2014)
It’s difficult to pinpoint one defining moment that made me want to focus on tech, but I know that LadyHacks solidified it….
Women’s hacker group, LadyHacks, creates app that maps crime and property listings together….
In celebration of International Women’s Day last weekend, 80 local developers and students gathered to collaborate on projects for the city’s second annual LadyHacks, a hackathon geared at getting more women involved in the tech community….
Christina Farr, a reporter for VentureBeat, says that it’s a joke at tech conferences that there’s never a line for the women’s bathroom….