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Start the new season right with these two upcoming events

We love events! Depending on where you live in the world (in our case, it’s Germany/Europe), it’s time to say goodbye to summer. While I’m personally still drying my tears because long and sunny days are soon history, I’m excited that conference season is on.

Colleagues of ours are represented at a two of them, so we’re even more hyped to hear their talks and participate in discussions. Here you can find all information about the events we are participating in and which we are especially looking forward to!

FemTechConf, Sep 24-25, 2021

What to expect

“FemTechConf is a female founded tech conference made to empower the women in tech community. Featuring 3 full tracks of fast-paced, tech talks catered for all levels.

FemTechConf isn't just about amazing talks, inspiration and motivation, but also about incredible networking opportunities provided from bringing together 1000s of industry professionals. In September the FemTechConf community gather again to share in this amazing community experience!”

What we’re looking forward to

Honestly everything! But of course we are super proud to see our colleagues Feli and Kristina with their panel discussion about female leadership!

More Info:

CodeLand Conference, Sep 23-24, 2021

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What to expect

“The most welcoming conference for early-career coders and their champions. Produced by CodeNewbie and DEV, two software communities built on Forem.” have surely heard about it!

What we’re looking forward to

Our colleague Josefine’s talk: "Demystifying Web Accessibility" - where she will talk about the basic concepts of accessibility on the web and how you can get started implementing them today. Check it out!

More Info:

Enjoy and please share more event tips in the comments section!

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