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TechWomen - Ada Lovelace Day STEM Webinar

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Join us to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day with “Lightning Talks”

Ada Lovelace Day falls between the 11th and 13th of October each year. It highlights the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). 

Ada Lovelace was the world's first computer programmer; she began algorithm development back in the mid-nineteenth century. That's over 150 years ago! This is especially remarkable because the first computer, Charles Babbage's mechanical 'Analytical Engine', was still unfinished at the time.

TechWomenNZ celebrates Ada Lovelace Day each year with an event.  This year we will be hosting "Lightning Talks!" 

Five panelists will (virtually) invite you to listen and learn about some of their experiences during their technical career in IT. 

Topics include:

  • their career journey to date
  • the greatest challenge they have encountered
  • what they are most proud of
  • their hopes for the future

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