Tag Archive: She’s Geeky

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    by Angie Chang

    Women Who Tech Telesummit (May 23)

    Women 2.0 members save 20% on tickets to Women Who Tech telesummit with discount code “Women2″.

    By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)

    Our CEO Shaherose Charania will be a speaker in the 4th annual Women Who Tech TeleSummit (WWT). You are invited to join thought-provoking discussions led by the most passionate and talented women in tech, startups, and social media including startup investor Joanne Wilson, WordPress usability expert Jane Wells of Automattic, Shireen Mitchell of Digital Sistas, Elisa Camahort Page of BlogHer, Kaliya Hamlin of She’s Geeky and many more.

    Women 2.0 members save 20% with discount code “Women2″ when you register here. Scholarship opportunities are available! Use the contact form here to inquire about scholarships.

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    by Angie Chang

    Invention And She’s Geeky 2012

    By Anna Billstrom (Developer, Momentus Media)

    I really want to find this picture of my great-grandfather standing in front of his car, that has a license plate with a big circle cut out of the center. He’s showing off his invention. A way of keeping your car from being stolen. You take the center of the license out with you when you leave the car. Ta-da.

    Inventing things is so much fun! OK blog post is done.

    Alright, more background: She’s Geeky is an “unconference” that is, a loosely self-organized conference based on

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    by Angie Chang

    Women In Technology: Not Anomalies, Token Hires Or Tomboys

    By Kaliya Hamlin (Founder, She’s Geeky)

    From the beginning of human civilization women have been engaged in understanding the science of the natural world. Ada Lovelace was the first programmer ever and women programmed the first vacuum tube computer the ENIAC. The stories of their pioneering and innovation in geeky fields like engineering, chemistry, physics and mathematicians are amazing.

    Are there enough? Definitely not. We need to encourage girls and young women to pursue their passion for STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). We need to