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Madison Women in Tech Digital Digest

July 13th, 2022

Hello MWiT members!

Exciting news 😍 We are hosting our very first tech job fair as part of DevFest WI & Forward Fest on August 18th! If you have a topic you would like to share and would like to be a speaker at, you can enter a speaker submission here by July 15th. Booths are available and if your company would like to be included, hit us up at admin@madisonwomen.tech. Below are additional details of our job fair booths 💻

For upcoming events, we also have another joint event with Codecinella on July 20th, talking about design patterns. Learn more here! 🐞

We'd love to hear from you with any questions or suggestions for future events!  Reach out to us at admin@madisonwomen.tech. 📧

Thanks!

- Pao, Hilary and Isabel

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NOTICE: BOOTHS AVAILBLE for MWiT/DevFest WI/Forward Fest local tech job fair in August!


This event will be held Aug. 18th, from 10am to 2pm in the Great Hall at the Memorial Union, and will coincide with DevFest WI, a local technology conference that will be held at the same time just up the stairs, and Forward Fest

To guarantee a spot, please let us know if you're interested no later than noon, Wednesday July 20th.

If you or your company has any questions about the job fair, booths or speaking at the event, please do hesitate to contact us at admin@madisonwomen.tech

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✍🏾 HYBRID: "Design Patterns" with Codecinella

When: Wednesday, July 20th from 6:30 pm to 8:00pm
Where: Online via Zoom AND in-person at the Bubbler Room, Madison Central Public Library, 201 W Mifflin St.

Let's get together to chat about anything / everything related to design patterns:

"In software engineering, a design pattern is a general repeatable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software design. A design pattern isn't a finished design that can be transformed directly into code. It is a description or template for how to solve a problem that can be used in many different situations."

What are some problems you encounter over and over, and how have you solved them? Let's chat!

All genders are welcome at this event. :)

Join Us!

📆  SAVE THE DATE

  • JULY 20th: "Design patterns" with Codecinella
  • AUGUST 18th: WiT job fair as part of DevFest WI

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👩‍💻 DevFest WI Tech Job Fair

Madison Women in Tech organizers Hilary, Pao & Isabel are helping organize DevFest WI, as are multiple other Madison Women in Tech members. 

DevFest WI is a conference for all technologists, organized by GDG Madison and volunteers from the Madison tech community. It will take place on August 18th, 2022 at the Memorial Union in Madison, WI.

We want YOU to be a part of DevFest WI! Sign your company up for a booth or become a speaker

✦ DevFest WI job fair booths available

As part of DevFest WI and Forward Fest, we're organizing a job fair specifically for women and nonbinary people who are looking for new opportunities. Table fees for this event will be used to cover costs; any remaining funds generated will be split between the volunteer-run Madison Women in Tech and Maydm, a local nonprofit that provides girls and youth of color in grades 6-12 with skill-based training for the technology sector.

 
Email us for a booth reservation!

✦ DevFest WI call for speakers open until July 15th!

Our conference theme is inclusivity: how to create development teams and software products that are welcoming to everyone. 

We are seeking presentations on a broad range of topics related to inclusivity, including, but not limited to: online privacy and security, accessibility, localization, web performance, diversifying teams, tech interviews, empathetic code review, mentoring and teaching, cross-cultural design, AI and ML, neurodiversity, tech talks / public speaking, and more!
 
Submit your idea here!
🤝 PANEL: Entrepreneurs Share Key Lessons Learned from Building Their Tech MVP

Date: Fri, August 19, 2022
Time: 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM CDT
LocationTen Forward Consulting, 119 East Main Street Floor 3, Madison, WI 53703

Join a curated panel of local entrepreneurs who utilized tech to turn their ideas into reality as they share lessons learned from building out their MVPs. Panelists will talk about what what went well, how they might approach things differently in the future, and general advice for entrepreneurs looking to dip their toes into tech.

  • Amanda DoAmaral, Co-Founder // Fiveable
  • Lydie A. Hudson, Founder // BrandScope
  • Emmanuel Quame Buah, Co-Founder & CTO // Airfordable
  • Gretchen Erdmann-Hermans, Founder // WorkerMee

Snacks and drinks will be provided.

Sign up to attend here
💸 Apply for the Technology Innovation Awards $10,000 technology grant

Does your nonprofit have a technology related project idea that will advance your mission? The Technology Innovation Awards recognize nonprofit organizations that have plans to positively impact their communities and change lives, through innovative technology projects. Tech Forward will grant $10,000 to nonprofits to help implement these technologies. From building apps for your community, producing interactive data sets for your funders, or creating programs using predictive analytics, the TIA grant is a catalyst to starting projects that can help you reach your mission.

Could your organization benefit from a $10,000 technology grant? Apply for the Technology Innovation Awards to secure your chance to win!  Application process will run June 27 – July 22, 2022

Questions? Contact techforward@techimpact.org with the subject line “TIA Question"

Click here to access the 2022 TIA Application

Applications open for Doyenne 5x5x5

5 women-led ventures, 5 minutes to pitch, one receives a $5,000 grant

"Doyenne hosts our 5x5x5 event approximately twice a year. The funds we award help founders take the next leap towards success, and/or position the company for initial investment opportunities.

Want to learn more before applying? Register for an upcoming Informational Session or watch the recording of a recent 5x5x5 Informational Session to learn more."

Apply Here!

Triple Threat Venture Training

Fall Cohort Application 
Program Dates: September 2022 - February 2023
Triple Threat Venture Training is a 20 week, virtual accelerator program for women and marginalized gender entrepreneurs looking to focus on their venture strategy. Through a curated cohort experience, entrepreneurs learn skills to combat burnout and self-doubt, create a strategy for their venture, and leverage their community to achieve their goals. Additionally, each entrepreneur is paired with an experienced coach for one-on-one sessions throughout the program. We tailor fit these pairings to match skills and expertise with your personal and venture goals.

$500 program deposit required that will be returned at completion of program + $2,500 unrestricted grant

Apply Here!

Investor Accelerator

Fall Cohort Application
Program Dates: September - November 2022 

The Doyenne Investor Accelerator is a 12-week program designed to equip women with the skills and background knowledge to invest in startups. The program blends online learning, virtual workshops, and partnership events to build women’s financial knowledge and ability to evaluate companies, make smart investments, and remain engaged after deals are made. We do all of this while keeping legal and tax implications in mind to explain risk and create a safe space where questions are encouraged for increased learning.

$1,500 program fee

Apply Here!

Apply for Maydms's Immersive Summer Programs

Join Maydm for fun Immersive Summer Programs!
In all programs, students will explore various topics in the STEM field, be paired with year-long mentors, and have the opportunity to have site visits

Game Development With Unity 2
Prerequisites: At least a rising 6th grader, have taken Unity 1 or other game dev. program
Location: 2238 S. Park St.
Dates: July 18 - August 12

Take your game development skills to the next level and to create games using the Unity Game Engine. By the end of the program, you’ll have the tools you need to build your own game and learn more advanced concepts to create a gaming world of your own. Also enjoy site visits to local tech companies and hearing from industry professionals. This is a gender inclusive program.

Apply Here!

Job Opportunities

Interested in see your job listings here? Non-profits can send open positions to admin@madisonwomen.tech for free inclusion; for-profit companies can learn more at http://sponsorship.madisonwomen.tech!

See 42 additional job openings on our website!

Job listings are available for WiT members to browse over at our website: https://madisonwomen.tech/members/job-openings

Good luck!

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The Madison WiT Digital Digest is an email sent by Madison Women in Tech organizers every other week to keep you informed of news, community events, conferences, volunteer opportunities and job postings.

If there's something you'd like to see included in the digest, let us know and we'll pass it along in the next appropriate edition.

MADISON WOMEN IN TECH is a supportive community of women-identifying people and nonbinary folks working or interested in technology. We are designers, entrepreneurs, lab technicians, programmers, project managers, recruiters, database analysts, QA professionals, robotics engineers and everything in-between. Through regular events, we empower and elevate women and enbies in Madison’s tech scene.

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