TechLadies is a community for women in Asia to connect, learn, and advance as programmers in the tech industry.
Technology is meant to be accessible by all. TechLadies is a community-led initiative for women in Asia to connect, learn, and advance as programmers in the tech industry. On this site, you can find tech communities for women in Southeast Asia, or learn how to code by taking part in our 10-week part-time coding bootcamp.
The TechLadies Bootcamp is a 10-week part-time accelerated learning program designed to help women with some basic programming background become a professional programmer. You learn by creating products for non-profit organizations, under the guidance of industry experts. 33% of the TechLadies Bootcamp graduates eventually found software-related jobs and internships.
This program is only available in Singapore and costs SGD500 to join. Full scholarships are provided for people with financial difficulties. We welcome women from all walks of life and nationalities to apply.Learn More
Gabe is a full-stack Principal Engineer at Pivotal Labs, with a thirst for knowledge and a passion for sharing what he's learned. He has the great privilege to share his thoughts around the world about topics including software engineering and testing, developer productivity, and computer game development.
Gabe will be leading a team to work on an app for Mutts Rescue. Watch the video here to learn more.
Grzegorz started using Ruby while studying at university and since then he's been using it on daily basis since then. After 4 years of working in Europe, he spent a year traveling around the world working as a freelancer, which resulted in his admiration for Asian culture and move to Singapore.
Grzegorz is currently the lead developer at Kaligo where he builds a hotel-booking platform using Ruby and Elixir.
Grzegorz will be leading a team to work on an app for TOUCH Young Arrows. Watch the video here to learn more.
Laurence is a Senior Engineer with Nugit and has a passion for security and distributed systems. Prior to this, he has worked in companies including PayPal, 99.co, and Chalkboard.
Laurence also headed GeekcampSG from 2012 to 2014, and is currently focusing his free time on social empowerment initiatives including IAmTalentedSG and CollaborateSG. When not doing work, or any of these stuffs, Laurence can be found cafe hopping/taking photos/trekking.
Laurence will be leading a team to work on an app for I Am Talented. Watch the video here to learn more.
Sherwin has been doing web development almost throughout his whole career. He is now working at Tinkerbox Studios as a senior engineer, helping start-ups build their products from conception to launch. Aside from web development, his other big love is dogs.
Sherwin will be leading a team to work on an app for Singapore Muslim Women's Association. Watch the video here to learn more.
Ted has been programming for most of his life, and professionally for 8 years. He believes the key to learning programming is discovering new ways to think about the world. The work he's most proud of was done on ponyisland.net.
Ted will be leading a team to work on an app for HighPoint Community Services Associations. Watch the video here to learn more.
The Asian Film Archive's (AFA) mission is to preserve, share and explore the film heritage of Asia. The AFA has been collecting film submissions using paper and email. This process is manual and it is difficult to keep track of the films or hold discussions within the team.
TechLadies created a web application where the public can submit a film and AFA staff can approve, reject, and leave comments about a film’s application. See live application
Engineers.SG is a not-for-profit community initiative created to help document the Singapore tech and startup scene. They needed additional features to enhance the usability of their existing website.
TechLadies built an email collection feature and events listing feature for them. See the work done by our graduates
Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (HOME) assists migrant workers who are abused and/or exploited. HOME has outgrown the database that they are using to manage the cases they are handling. The old database isn’t customisable and they resorted to using paper forms to keep track of things.
TechLadies created a new case management database that can also generate reports that HOME needs. This app is used internally by staff at HOME. See a demo app by our graduates
If your company would like to sponsor programming books, food, office space or if you would like to participate as an assistant coach, please email Elisha at email@example.com.