Here at Women’s Tech Hub, we are keen to encourage women to explore new possibilities for future careers. We are building a great network of sponsors and supporters who offer help to our members with networking, updating CV’s, developing confidence etc as well as offering practical introductions to new technical skills. We were recently very lucky to be able to run a 6 session course in Machine Learning & AI to a small group of WTHubbers, offered and taught by Chew-Yean Yam. Continue reading “Machine Learning & AI with Chew-Yean Yam”
We had a very interesting Friday workshop with Ajara I. Pfannenschmidt on how to look after yourself and your digital spaces on line – needless to say I went home and downloaded all sorts of protective software over that weekend!
Viki Johnson was one of the workshop participants and wrote up the workshop for her blog, and we repost it here: Continue reading “Controlling Your Digital Spaces with Ajara I. Pfannenschmidt”
Reposting Helen Woodcock’s post on KETL about first impressions of our Introduction to Machine Learning from one of our attendees:
Here in Bristol we are very lucky with a thriving tech community and fantastic universities. In order to maintain the region’s growth in the tech sector we are going to have to focus on building a wider pool of talent. Continue reading “KETL and WTHub Getting Women into Tech”
A little while ago a lively talk about the benefits of networking and job searching through social media took place in the coffee break of one of our F3F. The questions arising during this conversation led WTH member Ajara to offer a workshop about LinkedIn. Being a long-time trainer of many tech subjects, she is familiar with the different aspects of social media and their use on a business level.
The growing demand for Data Scientists & Machine Learning Engineers in the UK and worldwide is not going to go away and this is definitely an interesting career area to explore. Women’s Tech Hub is about to run a course which is a great opportunity to learn more about Machine Learning, with six fortnightly sessions led by expert Chew-Yean Yam, starting in February.