women in open source

Women in computing and open source v5
Women are an underrepresented group in the open source world. According to data from the FLOSS 2013 survey, a little more than 10% of open source developers are women. But not everyone who wants to bring about change has the clout of a large organization or corporation. So, what can smaller groups... Read more
1 comment Posted 30 Sep 2014 by Joshua Holm Feed
With mid-term evaluations just around the corner for many technology-focused summer internship programs, here's a closer look at how the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) and Outreach Program for Women (OPW) are helping mentors as well as interns.
0 comments Posted 30 Jul 2014 by Lars Kurth Feed
Upstream is a new podcast featuring interviews and conversations with people who are moving open source forward. The podcast is produced by Red Hat's Open Source and Standards team. In their first episode, Joe Brockmeier talks with Leslie Hawthorn of Elasticsearch about her Sunday morning keynote... Read more
0 comments Posted 4 Jun 2014 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
I'm a newcomer to the tech industry. I don't have a degree in Computer Science or Engineering. I'm a writer by trade and training, so coming to work for Red Hat after years of freelancing and crappy office jobs was a real shock. Which is to say, a pleasant shock. Tattoos? Sure. Pink hair? Oh, yes.... Read more
65 comments Posted 7 Feb 2014 by Jodi Biddle (Red Hat) Feed
open source computing
Leslie Hawthorn is the new community manager at Elastic Search, an open source real time data and analytics company, and a member of the program committee for the Grace Hopper conference that is held each year to increase "visibility for the contributions of women to computing."
0 comments Posted 7 Feb 2014 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
share your code
There are rapidly growing feature set, high commit rates, and code contributions happening across the globe to Apache Hadoop and related Apache Software Foundation projects. However, the number of woman developers, committers, and Project Management Committee (PMC) members in this vast and... Read more
1 comment Posted 6 Feb 2014 by Ramya Sunil Feed
women in open source
There are few women developers and even proportionately less working in open source communities. However, a career in OSS is ideal for women who are seeking balance in their lives whether the balance is starting a family or maintaining balance with friends and a strenuous and engaging hobby. It’s... Read more
24 comments Posted 5 Feb 2014 by Erynn Petersen Feed
open source career
Women in open source. Women in programming. Women in tech at all. Where are they?
17 comments Posted 4 Feb 2014 by Christy Eller Feed
open source conferences
In the open source world, a women-only event seems counter-intuitive. Yet I am finding reasons for such events the more I attend them. At the OpenStack Summit, a twice-a-year event where OpenStack contributors get together to plan the next release, the Women of OpenStack group has set up events... Read more
5 comments Posted 3 Feb 2014 by Anne Gentle Feed
share knowledge
I was introduced to the Wikimedia movement primarily as a communications consultant for Wikimedia Foundation’s first Global South project that began in India in 2011. My work with the Wikimedia Foundation and editing Wikipedia has helped me take a hard look at myself as a woman of colour from India... Read more
12 comments Posted 27 Jan 2014 by Noopur Raval Feed

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