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Here’s who won those v important NET/WORK Awards

Give it up for the winners in categories like “least worst recruiter” and “best Twitter account.”

You nominated. You promoted. You voted. And on Wednesday evening at’s annual jobs fair, we announced the winners of 2017’s NET/WORK Awards.

So who came out on top? Without further delay we give you what you’ve all been waiting for:

Best Internet Side Project:

Best Meetup Organizer:

  • Women Who Code DC organizing team

Best Twitter Account:

Least Worst Recruiter:

Best CTO:


Congrats, winners! We’ll be back next year with more v v important NET/WORK awards.

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