Women Who Code announced new networks in Algiers and in Mexico City. Algiers is the first Women Who Code network in Africa, while Mexico City is the third in the country. Women Who Code now has more than 30K members worldwide, reaching 53 cities in 18 countries across five continents. Here’s an excerpt from the International Business Times story:
Launched in 2011, the organization of about 30,000 members now reaches 53 cities in 18 countries on six continents. Algeria is Women Who Code’s first branch in Africa, where CEO Alaina Percival said the team will need to work to find industry partners and build up enthusiasm for coding. “We’re asking women on a regular basis throughout the year to give up their evening time to forward their careers,” Percival said. “We want to make sure that they aren’t sacrificing anymore than they already are.”
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