What are Women in Tech communities?
This list of communities is dedicated to women who work in technology, or are interested in a career in tech. These communities focus on discussing technology topics, as well as professional advice on how to succeed as a woman in the technology sector.
Women who CodeOur mission is to inspire women to excel in technology careers. We envision a world where women are proportionally represented as technical leaders, executives, founders, VCs, board members, and software engineers. When you become a part of Women Who Code you gain access to programs and services that are designed to help you step up your tech career. We have over 230,000 members who are career-aged tech professionals operating at each level of the industry.
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!
on facebookDjango 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.
on facebookWomenInTechPK is a women-only community where members can talk freely about issues, seek advice and opportunities, find mentors and form collaborations with each other. The community does offline meetups where members network, discuss and learn about different topics. Its goal is to initiate an open dialogue about the cultural issues women face and devise strategies for a collaborative effort towards creating a more diversified and accepting environment for women technologists.
Women in Competitive Programming
on facebookWelcome to Women in Competitive Programming! Our objective is to bring all the superwomen of Competitive Programming together on a platform and provide them with a culture of mutual learning and growth.
Women Know Tech
on facebookWelcome to this group! I'm Marie from girlknowstech.com! I created this group to have a community where women can discuss and help each other! We are not many, so let's help each other! Feel free to invite your friends who are studying, pursuing careers in technology, learning to code, etc. Everyone who identifies themselves as a woman are welcome! -Marie
Les filles du web au Québec
on facebookLe but du groupe? Regrouper des filles du web au Québec pour échanger, aider et inspirer. Que vous soyez Instagrammeuse ou une queen du PHP, il y a une place pour vous ici, tant que vous œuvrez sur le web. Toutefois, les contenus MLM (Arbonne, It Works, Herbalife, Mary Kay) et Coachs de vie ne sont pas acceptés dans le groupe. *À noter que le groupe n’est pas pour faire de l’autopromo. Veuillez écrire aux administratrices si vous croyez que votre projet mérite une exception. Vous pouvez parler de postes offerts, cependant. Ce règlement s'applique aux admins du groupe, qui ne peuvent pas l'utiliser pour faire l'autopromo de leur propres projets. Le groupe n’est pas lié à une entreprise ou un site.
on redditSpace for wlw who code to post discussion, links, memes, discord servers, q&a, etc. about programming and your experiences in STEM
Lesbians Who Tech Montreal
on facebookLesbians Who tech is committed to convening queer women in technology (and our allies) in a vibrant and inclusive community. We work together to promote the visibility and inclusion of women, LGBTQ people, and people from other backgrounds under-represented in technology. If you work to move this mission forward, we want you on our team. Nobody ‘has to be’ a lesbian to be in this community. We use the term to honour those who crossed a firewall with it. Lesbians Who Tech s’engage à offrir un environnement dynamique et inclusif aux femmes queer en technologie (et leurs alliés). Nous travaillons ensemble à promouvoir la visibilité et l’inclusion des femmes, des personnes LGBTQ, ainsi que de ceux et celles qui sont sous-représentés dans le domaine des technologies. Si vous avancez dans le même sens que nous, nous vous voulons dans notre équipe. Il n’est donc pas nécessaire d’être lesbienne pour joindre la communauté Lesbians Who Tech. Le terme Lesbienne est utilisé pour honorer les femmes qui ont défoncé le plafond de verre et s’identifient comme tel.
on redditFor all ladies working frontend and backend development, and those who want to learn.
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.Forum
Women in Technology
on slackOur 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.Chat
Girls Who Code
on discordGirls Who Code is an organisation that is working on bridging the gender gap in technology. Through this server you can connect with other girls/women from STEM doing amazing things!Chat
on slackWe are a group of women developers worldwide who love the Python programming language. We write code by day or night. Some of us hack on Python projects on the side, while others work full-time on Python development. But it doesn't matter. We all just like writing Python code, and that's what brings us together.ChatPairingEvents
Kansas City Women in Technology
on slackWelcome to the tech connection for women in Kansas City.ForumJobs
on slackWe have lofty goals - our vision is to inspire 100,000 women to enter tech by 2025. We do this by organising events and programs to upskill women across Australia to enter tech careers, and partner with government and industry to provide opportunities for learning and development. Our events and meetups are free.ChatPairingEventsNewsletter
Coding Black FemalesCoding Black Females was created in 2017. We are a nonprofit organisation, and our primary aim is to provide opportunities for Black female developers to develop themselves, meet familiar faces, network, receive support and build relationships through having regular meetups. We want to meet you if you've been in the industry for 5 minutes, or 10 years, if you work as a freelancer or for a huge corporation. We can learn from and inspire each other, and empower the next generation to achieve success.PairingEventsNewsletterJobs
Women Who Code YVR
on slackCome join Women Who Code YVR on Slack.Chat
Women in Linux
on slackWomen In Linux is a dynamic group that celebrates Linux-centric women in technology, exposing women to other diverse tech careers using the foundation of Linux as a viable resource for obtaining and sustaining a thriving career in tech.ChatEventsNewsletterJobs