Vancouver Tech Podcast Ep.58: Holly Peck of Women Who Code

Host Drew Ogryzek opens the show talking about resolutions and spending more time on front end Javascript development in React during the upcoming Vancouver Tech Meetup with special guest Bryan Clark from Mozilla on January 23. He then talks about upcoming meetups around town in the Vancouver tech scene.

Our guest this week is Holly Peck of Women Who Code Vancouver. You can reach Holly on Twitter at @WWCodeVancouver.

Theme music by A Shell In The Pit from the game Parkitect

The Vancouver Tech Podcast is a weekly show focusing on the growing tech industry in the city of Vancouver. Get caught up on the events and meetups around town, startups, new businesses, developers, designers, community programs, and news. Each episode includes an interview with an outstanding member of our community.

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Alexandra Moxin

Alexandra works for Adaptech Solutions as Business Development Manager and cohosts the Vancouver Tech Podcast with Drew Ogryzek. Part time model and management consultant Alex's background in tech began as a producer/digital project manager. She has over 10 years experience on small to medium scale digital, app, design, creative and infrastructure projects and has led and mentored technical, design and quality assurance teams. Areas of expertise are stakeholder engagement, agile, waterfall and crossover methodologies, planning, research and communication. Alex is learning to code and enjoys community development through going to meetups. Her core values are integrity, commitment to excellence and doing things right the first time.

2 replies on “Vancouver Tech Podcast Ep.58: Holly Peck of Women Who Code”
  1. Avatarsays: gl

    Good interview discussing an important issue. I’d just like to point out there is more then one sort of discrimination that comes from the stereotypes discussed.

    I had know idea that Women Who Code had the largest membership there’s some other groups with large memberships. Where would you find a list of them and their membership numbers?

    The stereotype are young individuals and typically white as well. Senior Developer term was mentioned and different ways of measuring. I’ve seen ads where 5 years of experience warrants a senior position, are their any other fields where you become senior so quickly?

    There is a lot of research on how to get women/girls more interested in the field, google for it. There’s also retention issues as well and all the efforts to get more women interested in the field may go to waste if the retention issues are not addressed — again google.

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