The CTO forum provides a safe space for authentic discussions on the challenges and wins of founding and running a tech company. The meetups include knowledge sharing, open discussions, reflection and collaborative problem solving.
A group of VP R&Ds, Directors and Group Managers who meet on a monthly basis to discuss the unique challenges that these positions introduce and learn from each other’s experience.
A group of architects and tech leads who meet to discuss the unique challenges that these positions introduce and learn from each other’s experience.
This program provides each job seeker with an experienced mentor in her field, simulations of technical interviews, and bi-monthly meetups, to provide information and support throughout the entire process - perfecting her CV, choosing the right position, salary negotiating, and more.
A mentorship program aimed to provide direction and allow knowledge sharing between our more experienced community members, and our members who want to navigate their career to a different direction or in a different pace.
Participants invest 30 hours (over 4 months) to further their knowledge in a new field, by building a personal project or a group project with a professional mentor. They then share what they learned and built at an exciting meetup.
An exclusive quarterly Friday meetup, in which a group of preselected participants write technical blog posts while receiving coaching on different aspects of writing a blog - from creating a good story to customizing platforms.
An intimate forum focusing on solving dilemmas from the workplace, such as dealing with colleagues, managers, personal growth, pay, and many more. Participants raise issues they are dealing with and the forum suggests insights and ideas to improve her situation.
A bi-annual program aimed to increase female representation among conference speakers. Each speaker is paired with two experienced mentors who guide her through all the stages from the CFP until the final presentation.
A series of talks from our community members who are experienced managers, to engineering managers who want to improve their skills and meet with other managers.
A series of meetups where the community members give tech talks on various topics in the area of clean code, architecture, design patterns, testing, and more.
A yearly event where 120 engineers and data scientists get together for a festival of learning. In the 2019 event we held 4 workshops: Threat Hunt, Blockchain, Python for Microcontrollers and Closure.
A casual meetup with beers and snacks for the women of Baot to have a great time, talk about life in tech, make connections and build a professional network.
Meet-up for community members that work with NodeJS.
In collaboration with DataHack, we host a series of meetings for data scientists, in which they solve together challenges from Kaggle.
Every month we meet to work on our side project and personal professional growth.
"Baot" is an amazing community of female software engineers that succeeds year after year to motivate women from the industry to take an active part in key technological events. As the founder of Reversim Summit I am grateful for the amount lecturers and attendees that this community has provided. The results are visible to all, but behind the scenes a great deal of appreciated work is put into mentoring and professional development.
One of my goals as the organizer of Tel Aviv Coffee is diversity within our group.It was challenging bringing different people together, specifically getting more woman to join.When "Baot" discovered the meetings, the number of women attendees doubled - With the new group of people came new and interesting ideas to discuss and made the meetings more interesting for everyone.