Pink Programming is Sweden’s biggest community for programmers that are women and and non-binary! We’re a non-profit organization who works for a gender equal tech industry, with the mission is to inspire more women and non-binary people to discover coding and choose a career in tech, to support and boost those already working in the industry and also, to help companies to become more inclusive.
The team behind Pink Programming is an office of 3 employees, a board, and around 100 active volunteers. The volunteers are divided into project groups in different cities. Among the volunteers, some work as developers, others have joined us to be communications volunteers, event coordinators or another pair of helping hands during our various events. As a member of this fast-growing organization, you have the opportunity to make a big impact and you get access to a fantastic community of women and non-binary people in tech.
What is a Pink Programming event?
Pink Sundays and After Works are our popular coding & networking events, usually organized in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö. At these events, we welcome women and non-binary people of all ages, backgrounds or programming experience to try out, build on existing skills together and meet other developers and curious coders.