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Coming to our Ada

she does digital • october 9

Coming to our Ada - why Ada Lovelace’s legacy is as important to feminism as it is to computer science.

Ada Lovelace’s contribution to technical science has had such a profound impact on computer advancement that we’re still benefiting from her creation of the very first computer code.

In fact, you can thank Ada for being able to read this blog post right now.

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Meet the team behind She Does Digital

annie moss-quate • december 6

Meet the team behind She Does Digital.

 

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#Wheredidyoustart №14: Kim Greenop-Gadsby

she does digital • december 4

It’s arguably a rarity to hear of a PHP developer turned digital marketer, but that’s exactly the background that Kim Greenop-Gadsby is able to share with us. Here, she tells us of her career so far, and why those qualifications aren’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to working in the digital sector.

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So What is Digital Anyway?

arianne donoghue • november 23

At She Does Digital we’re all about, unsurprisingly, digital. But what is digital and how is it different to tech or STEM? And why did we decide to focus our efforts on digital rather than one of these other areas?

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#Wheredidyoustart №13: Caylin Smith

she does digital • november 14

Meet Caylin Smith. Now working for the British Library and Legal Deposit Libraries, Caylin’s pathway into her current job shows just how transferrable digital skillsets can be. And it’s fair to say that we’re a teeny bit jealous of the amazing experiences she’s had getting to where she is now! Over to you, Caylin.

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Don't Be Like Ada

arianne donoghue • october 10

Today, the 10th October is Ada Lovelace day — a day designed to highlight female role models in STEM fields. I want to talk a bit about Ada, her history and why I believe we all need to both be like Ada and not be like Ada.

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#Wheredidyoustart №12: Amy Gerrish

she does digital • september 28

Unconventional (and, let’s face it, oblivious) beginnings haven’t stopped Amy finding her way into the digital industry. Currently a content writer and team planner, we caught up with Amy to find out where her career began.