Welcome to another edition from our Learn to Code series, in this edition we will focus on Front-end development and the resources that help you get started. This post will mostly just scratch the surface of what front-end development really is, but you will know enough to get started.Read more..
Meet Clair, a fellow geeky engineer with love for cocktails, escape rooms and occasionally pulling pranks on friends and coworkers. For the past 7 years she has been living in London and worked her way up to become an RnD engineer at one of the most well known companies in the VFX industry.Read more..
We are a few weeks into 2021 and we have all realized that times have definitely changed. With the pandemic many jobs went partially or fully remote. Many are considering swit...Read more..
It was only last year during the February edition of our TechTalks at Hackages that we had the pleasure of inviting Christina as a speaker. I think that everyone who has ever ...Read more..
Time to leave 2020 behind us, but before doing that let's take a little look back to what we learned this year and the progress we made. Previously, we wrote an in depth post about the changes our community had undergone this year in "Insights in a community undergoing change and growth". Because of that earlier post, we can now focus on what we have learned and achieved this year as well as focus on the future.Read more..
Meet Marijke, a junior .Net consultant with mad nail art skills and a love for gadgets. Before switching to tech, Marijke graduated as an applied psychology major where she focused her thesis on e-mental health.Read more..
This post is about the changes, maybe unnoticeable to some, that we as a community have made over the past year. In 2019, we realised that we had a lot more ambitions than we first thought. Over the course of multiple meetings we worked out the details of those ambitions and started to work on a plan for our community. A plan with lots of new milestones to look forward to!Read more..
In the 3 years that we have been active, we have used the term "members" pretty loosely. This is something we have been working on for quite a while and now we are ready to launch community memberships! 🎉 These memberships are free of charge, but not open to all. After all, we are still a community for womxn who code in Belgium 🇧🇪 .Read more..
On the evening of the 14th September 2020, the women.code(be) community held their first online edition of their recurring TechTalks. For those who've missed it, don't fret, we've got you covered! Our guest blogger Silke has written a recap with her personal takeaways for each of the talks that were presented that evening.Read more..
Our newest interviewee, Griet Van Loo is a software developer who's trying to combine her work with running a household, a social life and keeping her cats alive. She keeps herself busy with putting things on her bucket list and trying to complete them, sadly not always at the same rate. She’ll jump into the mosh pit at Graspop in a pretty dress and heels or bake cookies to munch on while watching Guardians of the galaxy.Read more..