LinuxChix is a community for women who like Linux and Free Software, and for women and men who want to support women in computing. The membership ranges from novices to experienced users, and includes professional and amateur programmers, system administrators and technical writers.
On June 24-25, 2013, Software Carpentry will run a computing skills
boot camp in Boston for women in science, engineering, and medicine.
With three rooms and six instructors, it will be one of the biggest
events we've ever done. This boot camp is open to women at all stages
of their research careers, from graduate students, post-docs, and
faculty to staff scientists at hospitals and in the public and private
sectors. Registration is only $20; to sign up, or find out more,
please visit the registration page at
Is geek culture sexist? Joseph Reagle, Assistant Professor of Communications Studies at Northeastern University and author of a new paper entitled, “Free as in Sexist? Free culture and the gender gap,” returns to Surprisingly Free to address geek feminism and the technology gender gap.
A year ago, when Pia thought it might be cool to bring Tim Berners-Lee to Australia for linux.conf.au 2013, she didn’t foresee quite how much work the project would involve...
But in addition to her time and energy, Pia also put up a large sum of her own money to see the project through, hoping that late sponsorship agreements would cover her risk.
Let's celebrate Alan Turing's 100th birthday by writing a piece of code, breaking a piece of code or just reading up on his various inventions. The BBC is celebrating with publications that celebrates Alan. Read more here - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-18541715
Tomorrow (Friday June 22) is the final application deadline to attend AdaCamp
DC . Applications are open to people from any
region, but we especially encourage people from Washington DC and
surrounding areas to apply to attend and
take advantage of their local AdaCamp.
AdaCamp is a Ada Initiative event focused on
increasing women’s participation in open technology and culture. AdaCamp
brings together people to build community, discuss issues women have in