Pink Programming is hiring an Event coordinator!

Are you our new Event coordinator with great communications skills?

Pink Programming is growing! Are you the new Event coordinator we are looking for?

Pink Programming is Sweden’s largest network for developers that identify as women, transgender and non-binary. Our vision is a gender-equal IT sector where female, transgender, and non-binary developers are as common as male developers. Our main activities are building safe spaces for our target group to enjoy coding, such as Pink Sundays (our coding meetups), Pink AW and Camps as well as delivering courses for companies to become more inclusive employers in the IT industry.

Changing the tech game

Back in 2015, three women working within development had grown tired of the lack of female colleagues. To solve the problem, they started hosting coding events to bring women, non-binary and transgender people together. It did not take long until they were overwhelmed by the amount of people that wanted to join the event. 

SEB, Tarsier och Neo4j växlar upp för en jämställd IT-bransch med Pink Programming

Med endast 5% kvinnliga utvecklare i Sverige är det allt fler företag som förstår vikten av att främja en jämställd IT-bransch. SEB, Tarsier Studios och Neo4j är tre företag som tar nästa steg och blir huvudsponsorer för Pink Programming – Sveriges största ideella nätverk för kvinnliga utvecklare. Tillsammans med 12 sponsorer planerar organisationen för en fullspäckad vår av kodträffar för kvinnor, trans- och icke-binära personer.

Love drives change

Love drives change

This Sunday we have the pleasure of meeting Jun and her brave story about how she moved from Korea to Gothenburg in the name of love, but moreover, how she fell in love again, this time with Data Science.

As an enthusiast passionate about growth, Jun has conquered many territories in terms of knowledge, and when she thought it was enough, she learned about the power of data. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from the University of Californa, and back in Korea, Jun had worked as an Innovation Manager for the biggest beer company in the world, leading and designing three commercial product launches in Northern Asian markets. In Korea, Jun met her soulmate and let herself be driven by love. She decided to start a new adventure, following her boyfriend to Sweden.