Tech It Forward Hackathon Hosted by Expedia Group
Friday 15th March 2019
Expedia Group, London, UK
9am - Late

Bringing gender minorities together to work with leaders and future leaders in the industry and to solve real world problems.

A hackathon where the focus is on the quality of the code, the people and the journey, with the aim of using technology to support communities and tech things forward!

We're calling cis women, trans women and non-binary people at all stages in their tech careers to apply. Applications are open to all. Let’s work together, to help support, develop and promote one another in tech.

In order to ensure that all attendees can maximise their knowledge sharing and make real connections, there is an application process.

Applicants will start to be notified as to whether they have a place from 21st January 2019. Details of the full day and pre hack sessions, including the schedule, theme, resources for the hackathon and Slack invite will be sent at this time.

Pre Sessions @Expedia Group (Food and drinks will be provided)
Wednesday 27th February 6pm - Late, Idea Precipitation Session
Thursday 7th March 6pm - 10pm, The Pre-Hack

*All these events can be attended remotely, however, there are limited number of places for fully remote attendees.

Please contact expedia19@womendrivendev.org if you have any questions

Email address *
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Remote
In person (Expedia Group, London office)
Wed 27th Feb 6pm - Late, Idea Precipitation Session
Thurs 7th March 6pm - Late, The Pre-Hack
Fri 15th March 8.30am - Late, The Hackathon
Please select the languages you work with and your experience with that language
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6 months - 1 year
1 - 2 years
2 - 5 years
5 - 10 years
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Python
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Java
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.NET
Ruby
php
Perl
Go
IOS
Android
HTML/CSS
R
Data Science
UX/UI
Project Manager / Scrum Master
Full Stack
Relational Databases
Non-relational Databases
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Current Job Title
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Current Company
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LinkedIn profile / personal website
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