Bit by Bit is a conference for high school girls, devoted to bringing together girls interested in computer science. Why? We believe that by gathering successful women with experiences to share, we can ensure that the female coders, entrepreneurs, and leaders of the future are prepared in an industry in which women are underrepresented.
This will be the fifth year of Bit by Bit, but for the first time ever, the conference is going completely digital! Our head organizers, who typically organize an in person event at The Dalton School in New York City, have put together an online conference that is available to girls worldwide. And we can’t wait to share it with you.
Join us at our digital conference, premiering on May 23, 2020, to hear from our inspiring keynote speakers: Anne Aaron, Director of Encoding Technologies at Netflix, and Rana el Kaliouby, Co-founder and CEO of Affectiva. Spend the remainder of the day hearing your questions about computer science in different areas answered by our panelists, hearing about mentors' experiences working in computer science, getting hands on experience in workshops, and learning about future opportunities to pursue computer science. You can even have a virtual lunch with our Bit by Bit ambassadors. End the day with a greater understanding of the tech world! And the best part? It’s all for free.
Breaking the barrier, bit by bit. Together, let’s increase visibility in the computer science industry.
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