women in technology

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
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
The Joomla! community, inside and outside the company, is diverse and multi-cultural. It is made up of all sorts of people with two things in common: a love for Joomla!
3 comments Posted 30 Jan 2014 by Joomla! Feed
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
13 comments Posted 27 Jan 2014 by Noopur Raval Feed
Catherine Dumas is a PhD student in the College of Computing and Information (CCI) at the University at Albany at the State University of New York (SUNY). She teaches two undergraduate courses, one in the Computer Science department and one in the Informatics Department. Aside from her PhD work and... Read more
1 comment Posted 27 Jan 2014 by Luis Ibanez Feed
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Welcome to Opensource.com's Women in Open Source Week Opensource.com will highlight the efforts of women in open source from January 27 through February 7. We will be focusing some of our content specifically on women working in free and open source software fields and collaborating on projects... Read more
1 comment Posted 24 Jan 2014 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Everyone has been a minority in a larger group. You lived overseas and were the only American. You were the only tattooed person visiting the senior center. You were the only woman at a software conference. At those times, whether you wanted to be or not, you 'represent.' Your actions and words... Read more
0 comments Posted 27 Jul 2012 by Pam Chestek Feed