#LadyDevs: Django Girls Kansas City Recap

Last year Django Girls held their first website development coding workshop in Kansas City. It went so well, they held another one this year. I asked organizer and mentor Ashley Sullins to provide a recap of Django Girls Kansas City – sounds like it was another great event! Read on to find out how these women […]

Of Fangirls and (Cos)Play

When I attended “10 Things You Really Shouldn’t Do with Puppets” during the KC Fringe festival this summer, I was very bummed to see I had missed the last performance of “Fangirls: An Improbable Cosplay” just the day before. How could I miss a play about fangirls?? So I reached out the playwright to learn more […]

The History Chicks Podcast: Remembering the Ladies

Katherine of Aragon, Agrippina the Younger, Hatshepsut, Lillian Gilbreth… any of these names ring a bell? Likely not, as many of women’s names – and stories – are lost to history. But two Kansas City podcasters are determined those stories will not stay lost. Meet Beckett and Susan, aka The History Chicks. Read on to […]

Coding & Cocktails Pairs Lady Devs with Happy Hour

We’ve featured Kansas City Women in Technology (KCWiT); we’ve featured their program, Coding & Cupcakes, for mothers and daughters. Now it’s time to introduce you to their adult program, Coding & Cocktails. Talking coding with cocktails in hand?? Sign us up! Read on to find out how women interested in Kansas City coding are getting […]

Gamifying Software Development with Moosader

One of the things I’ve enjoyed about gathering profiles to feature on KC Geeks is learning about the fascinating stories behind people’s hobbies – how they became interested, what they love about it, and the relationships they’ve built because of the hobby. What’s also interesting to me is what they later go on to build […]