Women Who Tech TeleSummit
ROSE Blog: Rikki's Open Source Exchange
I don't know how I got here, but it was a happy accident stumbling across the Women Who Tech: A TeleSummit for Women in Technology page.
The March 31st TeleSummit includes an Open Source for Women panel:
This panel will explore how to get women more involved in developing technology and contributing to Open Source and Open Standards. What are the current barriers? What can we do to break these barriers?
Panelists: Michelle Murrain, NOSI, Leslie Hawthorn, Google
Moderator: Kaliya Hamlin, She’s Geeky
And who wouldn't want to attend a free TeleSummit?
Sadly, this humble ROSE Blog isn't listed yet, but you can find other great links listed on the Women Who Tech Resources page.comments powered by Disqus
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