We're delighted to announce that St. Louis has joined the worldwide assembly of cities to host a Women Who Code Network.
Women Who Code (WWCode) is the world's largest non-profit organization dedicated to supporting women in their professional goals.
OCI is pleased to have been selected to launch the St. Louis Chapter of Women Who Code.
"We are delighted to bring Women Who Code to St. Louis. This year 50 cities were selected to bring the Women Who Code group to their respective cities. We are very encouraged and excited to be among this group, and we are working hard to fill our meetup calendar with presentations from some amazing lady technologists. We are deeply passionate about bringing together women and everyone else who believes in the Women Who Code mission – to inspire women to excel in technology careers. We hope we will see a great turnout from our local community to support and participate in this Group," said OCI Vice President Gina Bremehr.
The St. Louis Meetup group, which already boasts 157 members, will hold its inaugural Meetup on September 18th from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. CT at OCI’s new, state-of-the-art training facility.
Senior Software Engineer Allison Richardet will present “Beyond Open Tracing,” a talk on how to use logging, OpenTracing, and grammar to improve event collection for later analysis.
Complimentary pizza and soft drinks will be served at 6:00, and Allison’s talk will begin at 6:30.