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Zip Code Wilmington’s hosting an event for women who want to break into programming

Zip Code Wilmington's hosting a great networking opportunity geared towards women in dev and tech.

The event's in the Microsoft Store at the Christiana Mall. (Image from Wiki Commons)

Open to all but tailored to women, Zip Code Wilmington’s set to host an event this February called “What Does A Programmer Look Like?”
It’s going down at the Microsoft Store in the Christiana Mall on February 16 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m..
Those who attend can expect to:

  • Network with some female technologists.
  • Hear why women make great programmers.
  • Learn what a career in software development looks like.
  • Explore how to break into the tech industry.
  • Be entered into a raffle to win a NuVision Signature Edition PC tablet.

The event features Microsoft Technical Evangelist Amanda Lange. Attendees can join and hear Lange discuss her career, experiences as a woman in game and app development and how to get started in coding. A Q&A and open discussion will follow.
Lange’s experience includes working on projects with West Virginia University, Michigan State University and game developer Schell Games. Schell Games’ recently released title is I Expect You To Die, a virtual reality game set in the world of spies. I’ve played it, it’s good.
If you’re looking to attend, be sure to RSVP.
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