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Due to some technical difficulties the DCWW List is down until further notice.
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Meet 3 of DC's Tech Superwomen. DCWW's own President @saedwards included! 
http://www.elevationdcmedia.com/features/superwomen_042815.aspx
Women in D.C.'s tech scene aren't going anywhere. Here are three (and trust us, it was hard to pick just three) making a splash.
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Space is still available for tonight's #DCWWCodeHer workshop! Come learn JavaScript Fundamentals with +Patricia Kruep (@littleberry) at the +WeWork Wonder Bread Factory! This is Part 1 of a 2 Part series. ow.ly/K6kre
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From turning your smart idea into a profitable business, from lessons learned from your first (failed) startup to hiring the right people and smart business growth, the new DC Web Women (DCWW) Speakers Series on Entrepreneurship aims to provide useful, practical information, and help entrepreneurs connect regardless of their age or where they are in the process of building their business.

The Speakers Series is open to any and all current entrepreneurs and small business owners, as well as to those who are just thinking about starting a business. Many entrepreneurial skills can be used by freelancers or employees who are looking to expand their role within their companies.

Our amazing speakers will be:

- Ebong Eka: Your Idea Doesn't Matter ...Unless You solve a Problem People Are Willing to Pay You Money For!

- Alverta Lopez: 5 Keys to Transforming your Business
 
- Jeff Kosseff: Legal Questions that Every Entrepreneur Should Ask
 
- Monica S. Flores: Learning to Fail Forward: Six Lessons in Embracing Failure on your Journey to Success 

Join us on March 11 at UberOffices DC.

Register here. Free. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dcww-speakers-series-on-entrepreneurship-how-to-start-a-business-tickets-15666951273
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How to Clean Up Your Social Media During the Job Search https://www.themuse.com/advice/how-to-clean-up-your-social-media-during-the-job-search via @dailymuse @lkherman
How to Clean Up Your Social Media During the Job Search: Step one: Get rid of those pictures from Cabo.
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Did you miss the 50% off sale on Wednesday? Here's another chance to save, use the link below and get 35% off the registration price!

https://dcww-jobfair-attend.eventbrite.com/?discount=35-percent-off

Looking for a fresh start in your career?

Be sure to attend the first annual DCWW ELEVATE Tech and Startup Job Fair on Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 12 pm to 3:30 pm at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery in DC.

See which companies are attending:

https://dcww-jobfair-attend.eventbrite.com/?discount=35-percent-off

JOB FAIR TIP #2

Prioritize - Make your own "Top 10" list of which companies you are most interested in. If you have time, you may want to start in reverse order - this will allow you to get comfortable with your approach and to be most confident when you speak with the employers you're especially interested in. Be sure to balance this with the time you have available and be aware that many others may be interested in the same employers.

Register Now!

https://dcww-jobfair-attend.eventbrite.com/?discount=35-percent-off
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Are you ready for that interview? Join us @TheBOSSGroup this week for Smart Interviewing tips from @2Patra.

Register now: http://www.dcwebwomen.org/event/smart-interviewing #careeradvice
Details. Date: April 16; Time: 6:30 pm; Cost: $25.00; Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/smart-interviewing-tickets-15806088436. Venue. The BOSS Group. 4350 East-West Hwy, Bethesda, MD 20814 United States. Organizer. DC Web Women; Website: www.dcwebwomen.org. Event Navigation ...
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Looking for a great Happy Hour? Join us and Coder/Designer Keggers this Wednesday +MellowMushroom AdamsMorgan for #ReLoad HH! Free. Please register here ow.ly/KzaEj
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Are you ready to take the next step and add the muscle and nerves to really bring your web page creation to life? Get started with JavaScript!

This two-part workshop introduces the JavaScript language and how to use it in conjunction with HTML and CSS. The workshop is geared towards those who already know how to build semantic HTML styled with CSS, yet complete novices at working with JavaScript.

Join us on March 10 at WeWork Wonder Bread Factory for Part 1 of the JavaScript Fundamentals series!

To register, prerequisite information, etc please visit: 
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/javascript-fundamentals-part-1-of-2-registration-15896227043

As always, men are encouraged to attend any DC Web Women event!
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Unfortunately the DCWW Elevate Job Fair has been postponed until 3/21 due to the weather advisory alert issued for Saturday. We hope to see you then. If you have registered please keep an eye out for further information. Apologies for any inconvenience.
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Microsoft is the latest company to sign-up and the number of hiring companies has grown to almost two dozen. Other companies include SurpriseRide that was on Shark Tank and Optoro, named one of the ‪#‎DCFEST‬ Coolest Companies.

So be sure to attend the first annual DCWW ELEVATE Tech and Startup Job Fair THIS Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 12 pm to 3:30 pm at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery in DC.

Use the link below and get 35% off the registration price!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dcww-elevate-career-startup-fair-tickets-15398036943?discount=35-percent-off
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Here's a chance to save, use the link below and get 35% off the
registration price!

https://dcww-jobfair-attend.eventbrite.com/?discount=35-percent-off

Be sure to attend the first annual DCWW ELEVATE Tech and Startup Job Fair this coming Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 12 pm to 3:30 pm at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery in DC.

Jobseekers, if you specialize in information technology, marketing/communications, graphic design, UX design, search engine marketing and optimization, social media and web development, tech and start up employers need you! Bring your fire and entrepreneurial spirit and meet up with some of the hottest startups and tech companies in the area!

See which companies are attending and register now!
https://dcww-jobfair-attend.eventbrite.com/?discount=35-percent-off
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Our vision is to inspire, educate and encourage girls and women in technology.
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DC Web Women (DCWW) is a 501(c)(6), not-for-profit trade association of more than 3,000 members in the Washington, D.C. area.

Members of DCWW are professional women, students and enthusiasts of the technology industry from interactive design and development to digital marketing. DCWW offers its members opportunities for professional development through trainings, educational lectures, seminars, networking and career services. Members also enjoy a community of like-minded women, building connections and friendships through events and interactions on DCWW’s widely popular listserv.

DCWW provides various educational, career-focused programs as well as outreach and networking events to help create opportunities for members seeking to make a difference in their professional careers, establishing new connections and contacts and positively contributing to Washington's exciting new media industry.

DCWW is committed to the support and advocacy of girls and women in technology by providing a community in which they can develop, nurture, and promote their leadership, technical and professional skills.