Share your favorite coding skills and tools with your friends and colleagues in friendly, no-pressure work-alongs.
Get together to work on your coding projects, help each other out and share your work.
Meet new people in your field, organization or community - and find out what we can do when we work together.
Hosted by R-Ladies Addis
R-Ladies initiative in Ethiopia started with R-Ladies Addis Ababa and reached out to Aksum, Hawassa, Wachemo, Dilla, Gondar, Wollo, Adigrat, Mizan-Tepi and Wolkite (sister organizations). R-Ladies focus is on female researchers and to support them in their work with data bases and coding within their research works. R-Ladies Addis Ababa but is open for both genders.
R-Ladies Addis Ababa is listed in R-Ladies global with its own website https://r-ladies-addis.github.io/rladies-addis/. From the beginning of R-Ladies Addis Ababa - October 30, 2017 - R-Ladies Addis Ababa has been used as vehicle to organize Data, Software and Library Carpentries to increase digital literacy and competences of researchers in Ethiopia.
It is R-Ladies Addis Ababa’s concern to provide researchers a training floor for improving coding skills. Therefore, it has taken the initiative to introduce coding competitions on “R - Code the Future” and “R-Hackfest/Hackathon” at national level.
R-ladies Addis Ababa has the aim to act as a platform to host national and international events through-out the year. The upcoming venue is an international Conference with several pre-Conference venues.
The theme of the 1st international R-Ladies Conference in Ethiopia is “what’s out there”.
This conference will bring together board members of different national R-Ladies Groups with representatives of international R-Ladies Groups from Taiwan, Turkey and Morocco as well as female researchers from India and Egypt. Additionally, this venue will take the advantage to host the African Female Mathematicians venue as a pre-Conference venue, where participants from 50 African countries will participate.
This venue will