Technotopia is coming …

Finally its back – this was such fun last year that we thought we would go again. It’s this Saturday 20th October from 10-3 pm at the Engine Shed, Bristol
Come along to the family-friendly event on Saturday 20th October at Engine Shed and enjoy a day of #tech for everyone with Lego Robot Club, Virtual Reality, Coding with Code Club, tech talks and much more!
Online tickets only from only £3.00 and £5.00 at the door.

It’s Ada Lovelace Day this week!

Celebrating Ada

As I’m sure all of you reading this know, Ada Lovelace  was the first to recognise that the machine had applications beyond pure calculation, and published the first algorithm intended to be carried out by such a machine.  As a result, she is sometimes regarded as the first to recognise the full potential of a computing machine and the first computer programmer.  Every year we celebrate the fact that this is the industry for women to be involved in and this year is no exeption!

Borrowing this great pick from The finding Ada page

Ada

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There’s a new place coming to town !

If you didn’t already know, DeskLodge has just taken on a new space in Bristol – DeskLodge House, Redcliffe Way. Thanh (one of our co-founders) is mostly over there currently …. on her own with the builders and lots of dust .  She is offering up early tours for you all, so if you fancy a nose around! As always, they have some pretty kooky decor going in and there will be lots of coworking, which we love at Women’s Tech Hub as much as we love DeskLodge and their wonderfully friendly team (even Sam!)

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We’ve been invited on a trip to the seaside … YAY!!

Hatpins to #Hashtags

“Hatpins to Hashtags is an innovative region wide project developed by Feminist Archive South exploring and reclaiming the tools of democracy to mobilize activism and celebrate herstory. Throughout Autumn and Winter 2018, a dynamic programme of digital engagement, educational workshops and exhibitions across the south west will advocate for greater gender parity in local and national politics and increase knowledge of UK democracy.”

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WTF ~ Bristol Q3: Starting up

Women Tech Founders – Getting off the ground

As many of you know, you’ve hopefully seen the T-shirts!, we run a quarterly event to support Women Tech Founders.
This is to support women who are interested in starting their own enterprise,  who are interested in what it takes to run a start-up, or already have a company and are looking for a supportive nework.
We welcome men who are interested in supporting women to come along and  it runs quarterly with themes based on stages of start-up.  The next one is on October the 16th and you can join up here.

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