Jason Weaver shared something nice on Twitter recently:

Tweets can only be 140 characters, but there is no such limit here, so I thought it would be fun to showcase a bunch more by linking up some more excellent female coders and picking out a particularly awesome Pen of theirs. This is by no means comprehensive. I'm sure I've missed loads more than are on the list (comment below!). I just think it's fun and worth celebrating the fact that their ain't no shortage of talented women 'round here.

Heather Buchel

See the Pen Loading Animation with Morphing SVG! by Heather Buchel (@hbuchel) on CodePen.

Tiffany Rayside

See the Pen Cosmos by Tiffany Rayside (@tmrDevelops) on CodePen.

Pamela Tung

See the Pen time for fun colours by Pamela Tung (@pamt) on CodePen.

Rachel Smith

See the Pen Circles, text and getImageData by Rachel Smith (@rachsmith) on CodePen.

Joni Trythall

See the Pen Animated Shopping Cart Icons by Joni Trythall (@jonitrythall) on CodePen.

Yoksel

See the Pen Disco lights on flying cube by yoksel (@yoksel) on CodePen.

Ana Tudor

See the Pen Pure CSS pentagonal torus (animated) by Ana Tudor (@thebabydino) on CodePen.

Sara Soueidan

See the Pen Windows-8-like Animations with CSS3 and jQuery by Sara Soueidan (@SaraSoueidan) on CodePen.

Rachel Nabors

See the Pen Falling Down the Rabbit Hole by Rachel Nabors (@rachelnabors) on CodePen.

Estelle Weyl

See the Pen CSS Gangham Style by Estelle Weyl (@estelle) on CodePen.

Katy DeCorah

See the Pen Slidey Background by Katy DeCorah (@katydecorah) on CodePen.

Amelia Wattenberger

See the Pen Sovog by Amelia Wattenberger (@wattenberger) on CodePen.

Jenn Schiffer

See the Pen The Agony of JavaScripting Magritte Pt. 4 by Jenn (@jennschiffer) on CodePen.

Sarah Drasner

See the Pen When you're an introvert... by Sarah Drasner (@sdras) on CodePen.