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Check out DC Web Women’s beefed up Code(Her) Conference this Saturday

The event has grown from a two-hour class to a daylong conference.

A Code(Her) workshop in May. (Photo via Facebook)

Want to learn a new programming language? Want to discuss web development with a bunch of other women?
Then you should head out to Microsoft’s office in Chevy Chase (5404 Wisconsin Ave.) this Saturday (8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.) for the 2015 Code(Her) Conference.
DC Web Women’s yearly event this year will be a daylong conference, a change from the two-hour class format of previous years.
Current prices range from $160 to $200.
Register

Companies: DC Web Women / Microsoft

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