Tue, March 8, 2022 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Israel Standard Time (UTC+2)
RapidAPI & it codes; Career Workshop for Women in Tech | Linkdein Workshop | Technical maintenance Workshop | Promotional photographs
About this event
RapidAPI & it codes; invite you to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8.
Whether you’re looking for a job or want to further develop your career, join us for an inspiring career workshop for women in tech.
Our meetup will feature networking and great content from our speakers at RapidAPI.
Nervous before an interview? Participate in simulations for technical and HR interviews. Get tips and advice on body language and dress. Finally, enhance your LinkedIn profile by having your photo taken by a professional.
18:45 – Light refreshments
19:05 – Opening remarks – Anna Lifshits AgmonCEO – she codes;
19:10 – An introduction – RapidAPI – Hila Reich Head of the TLV – RapidAPI site
19:30 – Workshops – On rotation
* Body language in HR job interviews – Gal Cohen, Talent Acquisition Specialist – RapidAPI
*Simulations and preparation for technical job interviews:
Room 1 – System Design Interview: Yonatan Ben Netanel – Billing Team Leader and Karina Bouchin – RapidAPI FullStack Web Developer
Room 2 – Interview on coding and data structures: Dmitry Poleacov – head of the governance and corporate teams and Lee Shoam by RapidAPI
8:25 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. – open positions in RapidAPI and closing remarks.
For vacancies at RapidAPI on our job board >>
Click on HERE!
The job board will soon be launched with dozens of jobs! this is currently a pilot for this event
About our speakers:
Gal is the Talent Acquisition Specialist at RapidAPI and has over 5 years of experience in the high tech industry as a recruiter for technology roles.
Dedicated to creating a positive recruitment process for the organization and candidates, and creating a cooperative work environment.
Yonathan, Billing Team Leader
Yonatan Ben Netanel is the head of the billing team. Prior to RapidAPI, Yonatan was a team leader at IDF and Digital-Invoice.
Yonatan is passionate about entrepreneurship and technology and has experience leading a software development team
Hila, TLV Site Manager
Hila is the TLV Site Manager Prior to RapidAPI, Hila was the Program Manager for the Waze HQ site.
Hila is passionate about building a strong and stable engineering site to support enterprise scale. Enthusiastic about shaping the DNA and work experience of teams.
Dmitri Poleacov, Head of Governance and Corporate Teams
Dmitri Poleacov joined RapidAPI 3 years ago, previously switching to companies such as Cream digital services & Bio Media.
Dima has extensive experience in the design and implementation of complex systems.
Dmitri is passionate about cutting-edge technologies, managing and mentoring global and on-premises teams building complex infrastructure and applications.
Founded in 2015, RapidAPI is the world’s largest API Hub where over 3 million developers find and connect to tens of thousands of public APIs.
We are a team of developers, building for developers, and six years ago we embarked on an exceptional journey: to empower developers around the world to build transformative software by leveraging the power of APIs.
About her code;
she codes; is a women’s community created with the goal of reaching 50% female software developers in the Israeli high-tech scene. It was founded by Ruth Polachek in 2013 and today has over 50,000 members.
Among our members are women who want to learn software development or move up in the high-tech field. Our members also include women who want to develop new programming skills and meet other programmers, as well as high school students interested in programming. At she codes;, our core values are self-confidence, perseverance and community.
We operate over 30 branches nationwide. Activities include programming classes, group projects led by community volunteers, tech talks, meetings with inspiring women, career advice, and more. At she codes;, members are encouraged to further develop their professional and personal skills as volunteers. Volunteers not only run the branches, but they also plan courses of study, organize events, and more.