San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for an amazing evening of mingling, lightning talks, trivia, and prizes to celebrate strong, innovative females within the tech industry!
Ada Lovelace was one of the most influential women in tech history. In 1828, she designed a flying machine and later devised what is recognized to be the first algorithm for computers, making her the the world's first female computer programmer.
October 15th is an international day of celebration that helps people learn about the achievements of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), inspiring others and creating new role models for young and old alike.
ThoughtWorks San Francisco is delighted to host this event for technologists from across the city where we can share ideas in an informal and creative environment.
Food and drinks will be provided by ThoughtWorks, so come hungry for knowledge, networking, and a night of honoring women!
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We're a community of passionate individuals whose purpose is to revolutionize software design, creation and delivery, while advocating for positive social change. We work with people and organizations who have ambitious missions - whether they are in the commercial, social or government sectors.
We set up smart teams who love challenges and think disruptively to help our clients succeed. Our Agile development tools help our clients continuously improve and deliver quality software. We are focused on helping our industry improve, and believe in sharing what we learn. We do this by writing books, blogging, running events, talking at conferences, and championing open source.
We are strong believers in the power of software and technology as tools for social change. Through our Social Impact Program, we collaborate with organizations with a humanitarian mission and broad reach, helping them use technology to make an impact.
Learn more at http://www.thoughtworks.com/