Women Who Code (WWCode) is an international nonprofit dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers.
📅️Oct 21, 2017
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Name Kent Hack Enough 2017 Organizer Kent State University Location Kent State University Library Date October 6th to 8th, 2017 Role Participant About …
📅️Oct 8, 2017
Accenture + Amazon host a hackathon.
📅️Jun 30, 2017
Acted as mentor and a judge.
📅️Feb 19, 2017
Volunteered and teamed up with my boyfriend to work on a Leap Motion hack that won an award
📅️Oct 9, 2016
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The My Social Canvas DesignHackathon will bring together students who are pursuing degrees in fashion, graphic design, technology, and business in an …
📅️Oct 1, 2016
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My first speaking event at an MLH hackathon!
📅️Apr 9, 2016
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🗺️Northern Virginia Community College - Springfield, VA
📢️Web Design for Developers
📢️So You Want To Be A Wizard
Join us as we build apps, hardware, and community in Silicon Harbor. Yeah, we'll be hacking for 36 hours straight, but we'll take a chill pill or two. …
📅️Feb 28, 2016
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At TreeHacks, everything's chill but the weather.
📅️Feb 14, 2016
This event was held at Dominion's headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia.
📅️Feb 5, 2016
🗺️Dominion Enterprises - Norfolk, VA
A mobile user interface for an Android application that allows users to send push notifications containing common household alerts and phrases to the …
📅️Jan 31, 2016
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Our team created Hack the Vote at Hack to Help HR at Dominion Enterprises.
📅️Oct 24, 2015
Google hackathon in their DC headquarters
📅️Oct 26, 2014
🗺️Google - Washington, D.C.
Frances Coronel is a software engineer specializing in UI development on the Customer Acquisition Team at Slack.
She has been working professionally as a developer since 2015 and has both a Bachelors and Masters in Computer Science.
Her passions outside of work include contributing to open-source, public speaking and mentoring other URMs in tech.
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