Girls In Tech aims for the next level
Coral Movasseli’s mission is to get more women into the coding sphere
The Irish chapter of Girls In Tech has taken on Paddy Power as its first corporate sponsor as it aims to expand operations significantly in Ireland in 2019.
The not-for-profit organisation is aiming to host its first hackathon in Ireland and its first pitch here next year, with the latter expected to come with a significant cash prize.
Girls In Tech has run several mentoring events to date, with mentors from companies such as Vodafone and...
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