Taking Flight: Women Who Code Who Do Tech Talks 2


Do you want to increase your career opportunities and visibility in the tech field? Have you attended a tech conference but not given a talk yet on stage? Not even sure why people do this "conference speaking" thing in the first place?

Join us for the 2015 “Women Who Do Tech Talks” Workshop!

Three years ago, Women Who Code Who Do Tech Talks Too launched a number of speaking careers. It's back!

Giving tech talks is a viable way to build your career and get noticed - our experienced panelists and workshop mentors will discuss and educate attendees on:

How to find speaking opportunities
How to structure & improve your technical talks
Generating interest & promoting your talk
Navigating the CFP process (Call For Proposals / papers)
How to effectively network at tech conferences
Signs of a healthy conference culture
And more!

You should attend if:

You’ve considered speaking at a tech conference for the first time
You’ve already have submitted or given talks
Your tech startup wants to encourage more women employees to be active in the community and tech conferences
You want to learn how to support your co-workers and women in the tech community to be conference speakers

6.15PM - Doors Open, Food Provided
6.45PM - Panel Starts
7.30PM - Mixing, Mingling & Mentoring
8.15PM - Wrap Up
8.30PM - Doors Close

We'll begin the event with a panel of experienced conference speakers, then an open mingling & mentoring session with experienced women speakers. At the end of the night, we’ll raffle off some books on conference speaking sponsored by O’Reilly.

Adria Richards, independent consultant and developer
Carina Zona, developer and community builder
Elena Grewal, data science manager at Airbnb
Estelle Weyl, consulting web developer, trainer, author and speaker
Katherine Fellows, data engineer at Simple
Michele Titolo, iOS at Capital One

Please review this event’s code of conduct. This event intends an inclusive definition of "woman;" we welcome trans women, genderqueer women, and non-binary people.

Registration is required to attend this event - walk-ins will be turned away. Additionally, you will be required to sign an NDA.

Indoor bike parking is available - please bring your own lock.

This event is led by an Airbnb community member, and is not an official Airbnb meetup. Airbnb does not endorse any host, community member or unofficial event, and is not responsible for any activities related to unofficial events.

135 People Attending

Wed, October 28, 2015 (meetup over)
6:15 PM — 8:30 PM


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San Francisco, California 94103
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