What is Women and Non Binary Hack Night?
"Coding Owls" is a weekly event for gender minorities in tech (women, nonbinary, trans, and gender non-conforming people) to discuss and work on projects together. Bring your computer and a coding project and have fun!
The event takes place at Sudo Room, a creative community and hackerspace at Omni Commons.
The Sudo Room, a creative community and hackerspace at Omni Commons, invites all Women/NB people for “Coding Owls – A WNB Coding Night”: bring your computer and a coding project and have fun!
We can help each other if you have coding related questions/bugs or just keep company while hacking! If you are a beginner, we can help you get started (even if you’ve never coded before!). And if you’re an intermediate programmer looking for a challenge, we can help you find problems to work on.
No computer? No problem: we can provide one for the night. Coders of all abilities are welcome!
All coding languages are welcome! Bringing a WNB friend is highly recommended.
Coding is more fun with friends! Join in person if you’re in Oakland or online anywhere else in the world!
The idea is also to be a safe space for WNB in the tech world, besides promoting empowerment, also to provide emotional support for those facing challenges in a work environment, tech job search or anything else related.
When and Where
Coding Owls – A WNB Coding Night
- Every Monday from 7pm to 9pm Pacific Time (check with the calendar to make sure)
Sudo Room at Omni Commons 4799 Shattuck Avenue – Oakland
Omni Commons and Sudoroom policy is presently that EVERYONE MUST WEAR A MASK AT ALL TIMES INSIDE THE BUILDING.
If you get to the door (at the corner of 48th and shattuck) and you can’t get in, call 510-844-0014 or 510-740-5758.