Unique Evening with Morgan Stanley's Cutting-Edge Technologists / Soirée Unique avec les Remarquables Technologistes de Morgan Stanley
If you are a skilled tech professional and you are interested in attending this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for an invite. Si vous êtes un professionnel qualifié des technologies et que vous souhaitez assister à cet événement, veuillez envoyer un courrier électronique à email@example.com pour être pris en compte pour une invitation.
Join Morgan Stanley and PowerToFly for a night of networking, tech talks, and panel discussions on Thursday, 10 October, featuring Morgan Stanley's cutting-edge technologists. The evening's speakers will share insights into their latest projects, their career journeys, and take questions from the audience.
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This event is a great fit for women working as Backend or Fullstack Developers (Java, C++, C#, Python), Data Scientists, DevOps Specialists, Cyber Security Specialists, Database Administrators, QA Automation Specialists, Linux/Unix, and Cloud Computing Specialists.
Below is an article originally written by Debbie Bitzan at PowerToFly Partner CoverMyMeds, and published on August 4, 2017. Go to CoverMyMeds' page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.
Although the documentary film CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap was made four years ago, its content remains relevant and engaging as the tech industry continues to grow.
In June, CoverMyMeds Women in Healthcare IT group worked with Tech Elevator, Nationwide, Columbus Women in Tech and Columbus Ruby Brigade to host a screening of CODE. The evening ended with a quick Q+A featuring associate producer Connor McCubbin. More than 80 attendees joined us for happy hour at M, followed by the film, copious amounts of movie snacks and thought-provoking conversation.
CODE follows a number of professionals and subject matter experts as they weigh in on issues facing the tech industry. It focuses primarily on diversity's relationship with workforce development, education and retention. The film also explores the origins of computer science as a field and the important role women initially played in its growth.
Filmmakers also interview young girls who are interested in computer science about their experiences in school and their perception of what it's like to be a programmer. Impactful organizations like Black Girls Code are highlighted for improving access to CS education for students who otherwise may not have the same opportunities or exposure as non-minority groups.
CODE then moves on to retention issues related to culture and workforce homogeny that are prevalent in the industry. Exploring these potential blind spots becomes a primary theme as the filmmakers interview women and men from companies like Etsy, Facebook, GitHub and GoDaddy on the challenges companies and their employees face as they grow and make progress in those areas.
If you weren't able to make the event, CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap is currently screening on Netflix and it's a quick watch at 80 minutes. The film contains interesting historical points and touches on topical and poignant subject matter that impacts tech today. When we planned this event we had hoped to spark a conversation about tech culture, history and supporting all people in our industry – to that end the evening was successful.
CoverMyMeds Women in Healthcare IT group was honored to work with other Central Ohio organizations who support women in the tech community and look forward to future events.
If you are a London-based tech or gaming professional and you are interested in attending this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered for an invite.
Hello gaming and tech professionals! NaturalMotion in partnership with PowerToFly is thrilled to present an evening of networking and tech talks, hosted by women leaders, working in gaming and interactive entertainment.
The evening will include speakers from the Zynga family, including NaturalMotion, BossAlien and Gram Games. This is a great opportunity to Learn, Debate and Network with some of the talent behind such games as CSR Racing 2 , Star Wars™: Commander, 1010!, Merge Dragons!, Dawn of Titans and many more.
The event will be held on Thursday 10 October 2019 from 18:00 to 20:00 at NaturalMotion Games, located at 6 Agar Street, London, WC2N 4HN. As an inclusive event, our objective is to connect those who currently work in games, and therefore welcome everyone at our events. Please note, you will be required to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) in order to attend the event.
If you are a Chicago based tech professional and you'd like to attend this event, please email email@example.com to be considered for an invite.
PowerToFly has partnered with Braintree, a Chicago-based division of PayPal, that specializes in mobile and web payment systems for e-commerce companies including Uber and Airbnb, to present a special evening of networking and tech talks highlighting Braintree's women tech leaders. Can you join us?
Merchants in more than 40 countries worldwide can accept, split, and enable payments in more than 130 currencies using Braintree. Their amazing list of clients includes OpenTable, StubHub, Casper, and TaskRabbit. This is your chance to hear from and meet the women leaders and allies behind this innovative product.
This special gathering will be held on Thursday, September 26th from 5:30pm to 8:00pm at 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite #800, Chicago.