Women in Free and/or Open Source Software Panel (Triangle Linux User's Group)

Jun 12, 2014 · Raleigh, United States of America

This is a cross-posted event, hosted by the Triangle Linux Users Group. For more information, please visit http://trilug.org/2014-06-12/women-in-foss
Topic: Women in Free and/or Open Source Software, with moderator Julia Elman.

When: Thursday, 12th June 2014, 7pm (pizza from 6:50pm)

Where: NC State Engineering Building 2 Room 1021, Centennial Campus

Parking: The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm

Public Transit: Wolfline Summer Service and Capital Area Transit.

Sponsor: Open Invention Network
Come hear from talented women who are contributing to various Free and/or Open Source Software (F/OSS) projects.
Confirmed Panelists:
Karen Tracey: Django Core Committer, Lead Developer and Technical Manager at Caktus Consulting Group, LLC., Crossword Constructor and Crazy Cat Lady.
Andrea Villanes: Co-founder of Women in Technology Peru, winner of the Anita Pass-It-On award for her outreach work in Peru, and Data Scientist at the Institute for Advanced Analytics.
Sandi Metz: Sandi Metz distilled 30+ years of experience into her book "Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby" (http://poodr.com), which reflects a deep bias towards practical solutions and working software. She worked for many years at Duke University but now independently consults and teaches.
Amy Hendrix: Amy Hendrix is a regular core contributor and community leader for WordPress. She works as a Web Engineer at 10up.com, teaches on web-dev-related matters for Girl Develop It, and messes around with swords.
Lenore Ramm: Development/tier-4 support/operations for Identity Management team at Duke. An artist with a bachelor's in Computer Science.

You do not need to register for this event to attend.

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  • Girl Develop It RDU

    It can be intimidating for women to learn and ask questions when they are in an extreme minority. While open and welcoming, today's budding developer community is up to 91% male. There isn't a comfortable place where women can learn at their own pace and not be afraid to ask "stupid questions." We decided it was time to provide a place where all questions are OK and everyone can learn in a sup...

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