(Photo by Corinne Warnshuis)
Andrea Baric is organizing FemmeHacks, the first Philly hackathon exclusively for students who identify as female.
Baric is a first-year computer science major at Drexel. FemmeHacks builds off the momentum from LadyHacks, the women-only hackathon founded in 2013.
Joni Trythall, a designer at Lincoln Loop, just moved back to the Philly area (she lives in Hockessin, Del.) and is launching a meetup around CodePen, a front-end design tool.
Wednesday, Feb. 25
CityCoHo, 2401 Walnut St., Center City.
Philadelphia IoT Demo Day
In the second Internet of Things meetup, see demos from companies like Beacon & Lively, Cloudmine and ProximiTree.
Tuesday, Feb. 24
Benjamin’s Desk, 1701 Walnut St., Center City.
Build stuff with female college student developers.
Friday, Feb. 27 & Saturday, Feb. 28
ExCITe Center, 3401 Market Street, 1st Floor, University City.
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