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.
Two groups 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. Read more here.
A community of technology managers from Baot, that includes a facebook group and a meetup every 1-2 months. The forum's goal is to develop its members and expose them to technical management content, and also to be a space for seeking advice.
This program matches each job seeker with an experienced mentor in her field, to provide information and support throughout the entire process - perfecting her CV, choosing the right position, salary negotiating, and more. Read more here.
Every member of our community can register to have a simulation of an interview with one of 100 interviewers that volunteer in this program.
Every few months we host a meetup where speakers share knowledge about the job search process and participants can meet community members that are in the same status, form study groups together and share experiences.
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. Read more here.
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. Read more here.
A program aimed to increase female representation among conference speakers. Meetings include talks from experienced tech speakers from the community and hands-on workshops.
In collaboration with Gal and the team and with DataHack, we host a series of meetings for data scientists, in which they solve together challenges from Kaggle.
Intimate groups where women in various stages of their careers discuss their workplace challenges and help each other find effective solutions. Read more here.
Two groups of moms, one of engineers/DS and one of managers, who are on maternity leave or recently returned to work from a maternity leave, and discuss the challenges of advancing at work while parenting infants.
In 5 years there won't be more women in tech.
Instead we'll have companies with inclusive culture which will attract diversity,
and companies with exclusive culture, which will struggle attracting diversity.
Which group do you want your team to be part of?
Don't bring women to fix your culture - fix your culture first. Educate yourself: