I gave a brown bag tech talk at work today, which was a report back on my experience attending AdaCamp DC last month. Below are the contents of the handout I created for the talk, which is an attempt at compiling what I learned there. No doubt there are things missing, and I encourage you [...]
Category Archives: women in tech
While I’ve been micro-blogging away about my comings and goings on @barbarahui, my macro-blog here at barbarahui.net has been eerily quiet. What with the year changing and all of that, I thought I’d take a bit of time to reflect back on the past 6 months or so in a brand spanking new post.
My summer began [...]
Today is Ada Lovelace Day, and I’m determined to write something, even if short, to celebrate.
There is definitely part of me that balks at singling out women based on their gender, but the fact remains: there is a distressing paucity of females working in tech today. If holding up examples of women in tech whom [...]