In the run up to our summer conference on Diversity in Tech, we are interviewing the female founders of SETSquared member companies. Each one of their stories is individual, some have a technical background, others are using technology to enable their business ideas. Our aim is to inspire the next wave of female innovators to step forward and positively influence future development. What we need first is a practical conversation on diversity and how to address the barriers which deter women and girls from getting involved in science, technology, engineering and maths.
Jennifer Schofield, co-founder of Fluence, shares her story: Continue reading “Women in Tech Interview: Jennifer Schofield”
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.
Continue reading “An Introduction to Machine Learning & AI ~ free place on course”
Our Women’s Tech Hub Midwinter Social was a great way to start 2017 ~ connecting people in tech with each other, sharing information about the potential peer support that we and other meetup groups provide, and, last but not least, giving tech companies a chance to share info about current recruitment. Continue reading “We threw a party and lots of you came”
Here at WTHub ~ Bristol we want to say Thank-You to all the people who have supported us in our start-up year, especially the Desklodge team of Thanh, Jamie and Sam, who have generously hosted numerous F3Fridays ~ see here to get an idea of the outcomes of our weekly sessions.
Continue reading “Women’s Tech Hub Midwinter Social ~ 19th January”
It’s always nice to hear positive thoughts about what you are trying to achieve and we were delighted to be featured as one of the top female tech groups in the SW in this article from Alice Whale at TechSpark.
Women’s Tech Hub was born from a desire to support and bring together the different groups and meetups for women in tech, and find ways of helping the organisers avoid burnout!
Continue reading “In Good Company”