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Code First: Girls - Hacking your career

Entrepreneur First

Saturday, 12 April 2014 from 10:00 to 17:00 (BST)

Code First: Girls - Hacking your career

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Want to hear from some of the UK's leading women working in tech?

Want to find out why coding is the ultimate 21st century skill?

Want to find out what life is like as a developer, a founder or working in a startup?

Hacking Your Career focuses on bringing together the very best women in tech to talk to you about their stories, experiences and advice. The day is run by Code First: Girls, the free coding course for female students and graduates and is aimed at those who are still at university or thinking about taking their first step into a career in tech.

We're delighted to announce that we will have Avid Larizadeh (founder, Sarah Wood (founder Unruly) and Kathryn Parsons (founder Decoded) among others speaking. We also have a special key note this space for more details!

Find out more about our speakers here

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Code First: Girls is run by Entrepreneur First and proudly sponsored by Bank of America, The City of London Corporation and Level 39.

Do you have questions about Code First: Girls - Hacking your career? Contact Entrepreneur First

When & Where

Campus London
4-5 Bonhill St
EC2A 4BX London
United Kingdom

Saturday, 12 April 2014 from 10:00 to 17:00 (BST)

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Entrepreneur First is the world’s leading talent investor. We invest time and money in the world’s most talented and ambitious individuals, helping them to find a co-founder, develop an idea, and start a company. So far, we’ve helped 1,000+ people create 200+ companies, worth a combined $1.5bn.



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