About the Django Girls community
Django Girls is an online community for Programmers and Female Technologists with roughly 17K members. It has a live chat communication style.
In their own words
Django Girls is a non-profit organization and a community that empowers and helps women to organize free, one-day programming workshops by providing tools, resources and support. We are a volunteer run organization with hundreds of people contributing to bring more amazing women into the world of technology. We are making technology more approachable by creating resources designed with empathy.
Code ProjectCode Project is a community for computer programmers with articles on different topics and programming languages such as web development, software development, C++, Java, and other topics.
DevDEV is a community of software developers getting together to help one another out. The software industry relies on collaboration and networked learning. We provide a place for that to happen. Our application is open source, meaning you can inspect every little detail of the code, or chip in yourself! We are working to make our platform available for anyone to stand up similar communities in any niche or passion. We believe in transparency and adding value to the ecosystem. We hope you poke around and like what you see!
Ada's ListAda’s List is the place for professional women and non-binary people who work in the tech sector to connect, conspire, and take a stand.
ElphaElpha is where women build our careers in tech together. Become a member to get hand picked introductions, a supportive community of peers and mentors, job opportunities, and more. Plus membership is free!
Women in TechnologyOur group is a safe, confidential space for women who work in technology to chat and support each other. Please consider joining us whether you are new to the tech industry or you are a long-time practitioner. Not a programmer? That’s fine! Our group does not exclude people who work in technical writing, software testing and QA, graphic design, user experience, project management, customer support, or other areas that are sometimes invisible in the discourse on women in tech.