women in digital

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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#Wheredidyoustart №7: Emily Cressey

she does digital • may 11

The latest #wheredidyoustart profile comes from Emily Cressey, web designer at Mixd. Emily spoke to us about her journey through digital so far.

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#Wheredidyoustart №5: Hannah O’Sullivan

she does digital • march 23

We caught up with Hannah O’Sullivan, digital marketer and organiser of Glug Leeds, to chat about where her career started...

events

#GirlTechCR: Encouraging Young Women to get into Digital Design

rose mountague • february 17

On Tuesday 2nd February, Danielle and I attended the Ahead Partnership’s #GirlTechCR event at AQL. #GirlTechCR is an annual event put on by the Ahead Partnership to encourage year 8 and 9 girls into the digital sector.

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#Wheredidyoustart №4: Andrea Cullen and Lorna Armitage

she does digital • january 19

The first #Wheredidyoustart of 2017 comes from Andrea Cullen and Lorna Armitage, both lecturers in Computer Science at the University of Bradford.

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#Wheredidyoustart №3: Sarah Mullaney

she does digital • december 20

Today's #wheredidyoustart is from Sarah Mullaney. She's a Marketing Executive at Perform who are well known for their hugely successful football website Goal.com.

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#Wheredidyoustart No. 2: Meghan Burton

she does digital • december 18

Our second #wheredidyoustart profile comes from Meghan Burton, Director of SEO at Epiphany.