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GHC 2011: Feedback from "What if we could alter the perception of the Software Developer"

Giving and receiving feedback is something that I think is so important if you want to improve and get better. I am also a bit of a positive affirmation person. 311 more words


How I wrote my conference session proposal

Having never submitted anything to conference before this year, I was more than a little bit lost when it came to knowing where to start. I thought I would share how I went from idea to proposal in an attempt to encourage people to give it a go. 701 more words


Notes from "What if we could change the perception of the "Software Developer"?" at the Grace Hopper Celebration 2011

Notes from my session can be found HERE . Thanks to Molly for taking notes and everyone else for participating! If anyone has video please let me know!


Being a speaker at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing

I have just returned from a very hectic week at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing which was held this year, in Portland, OR, and I am still on a high from being a speaker there. 1,008 more words


Top Attributes of Successful Sponsors… and btw, how’s that different from a mentor?

I spent last week at the Grace Hopper Conference in Portland, Oregon focused on Women in Technology. Obviously, for this blog there are number of interesting topics including… 1,085 more words


GHC: Collaboration and Change Are in the Air

Guest post by Heather Ramsey

I am waiting to board my (very) delayed plane in Portland and reflecting on yet another enriching and diverse TechWomen experience. 256 more words


TechWomen Change Agent Scholars

TechWomen Change Agent Scholars were recognized onstage today at the Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing amidst thousands of talented technical women. Supportive TechWomen Mentors and representatives from… 544 more words