Mark your calendars gang, CLG is back with its first event of 2018!
“If you really look closely, most overnight successes took a long time” - Steve Jobs
Only a few short decades ago success was easily defined as the accumulation of wealth and possession - buying a house, having a family… ‘keeping up with the Joneses’. Societal roles also placed certain limitations on womens’ ability to achieve success outside of the home - the effects of which we still see today in the lack of women in senior roles, not only in the tech sector.
In more recent times, however, unilateral ideals of success have changed and there is no longer one set definition of success to strive for.
Join us for the evening to celebrate and be inspired by the unique stories of successful women in tech - hear how they have defined success and achieved it, against the odds, in an industry which has many barriers and inequalities to women.
What to expect
Part networking, part storytelling, and all 'round good times. Our events are a platform for knowledge sharing and showcasing amazing women in the technology sector. They're tailored to accommodate our diverse group of attendees from newbies to novices interested in tech.
Got a burning career question? Need someone to look over your CV? Drop by our careers corner that runs in the last hour of the evening. Experts on hand from the industry to advise, knowledge-share and chat.
First timer to tech meetups?
Don’t be shy, the Code Like a Girl team put a great emphasis on creating a really open and welcoming environment for any newbies who are curious about tech and wanting to join the community
6.15pm Doors open. Grab a drink and some nibbles
6.30pm Take a seat and relax whilst our MC welcomes you
6.45pm Our first Speaker will rock your socks off
7.15pm Our second speaker will leave you with goosebumps
7.45pm Networking and meeting like-minded coding sisters
8.30pm CLOSE, sorry ladies time to say your farewells!
INTRODUCING OUR INCREDIBLE LINE UP
Jo is Director of Engineering at Culture Amp, the world’s leading culture analytics platform. Jo has previously worked at Lonely Planet, Atlasssian, ThoughtWorks and Expedia, in roles such as Product Planner, Senior Business Analyst, and Development Manager. She was also a CTO of an Australian startup accepted into Telstra’s Muru-D program.
Tammy is the co-founder of Girl Geek Academy, as well as the Principal Site Reliability Engineer at Gremlin where she helps engineers from all over the world build more resilient systems. She enjoys working on chaos engineering, resiliency, automation, durability engineering, Go and Linux. Born and raised in Australia, Tammy has worked in New York (DigitalOcean) and San Francisco (Dropbox).
Dr Susan Entwisle is Head of Digital Engineering at Cognizant Digital Business. In this role, she is responsible for leading a talented group of digital strategists, creatives, innovators, architects and technologists that help our clients to thrive in the digital age.
We strive to make our events and workshops as accessible as possible to our audience and with the support of our generous sponsors and partners we are able to offer our events and workshops for free or at a significantly-low fee.
This event has been sponsored by:-