OSSG and Women 1


We can do itCurious to know who are the women who have been participating to the BCS OSSG in the past years?

Speakers, writers on our web site, contact points – here is the full list of who they are (updated till October 2016):

Adeboye, Kemi Usability is a requirement – how easy is it to achieve in Open Source projects?
Ashford, Rain Teaching with the LilyPad Arduino, Raspberry Pi in education and MzTEK
Arafa, Yasmine Make a Shrimp for Halloween
Astbury, Julie Conference on Free/Libre Open Source Software In Education
Boldyreff, Cornelia Make a Shrimp for Easter – a practical embedded computing workshop for kids and their parents/guardians, Widening Participation in Open Source Communities, Make a Shrimp for Halloween, Software Engineering meets Social Networking: Building Communities
Concannon, Shauna Teaching with the LilyPad Arduino, Raspberry Pi in education and MzTEK
Cook, Jo Open Source Geospatial & the OSGeo Foundation
Curry, Jane Open Source and eGovernment, Introduction to Zenoss Workshop: Jane Curry, Question Time on Open Source, Free and Open Introduction to Zenoss by Jane Curry, Open Source and eGovernment
Ewen, Sarah BCS Open Source Specialist Group Launch, OSSG Launch Meeting
Foster, Helen Using Moodle tutorial (Organised by UKUUG & O’Reilly)
Gan, Diane Whos Stalking You?
George, Danielle Open for Business – Hebden Bridge
Graham, Paula Widening Participation in Open Source Communities
Gurpritpal, Savvis Adoption of Open Source across HM Government
Jenkins, Lily Who&s Stalking You?
Joy, Miriam Make a Shrimp for Easter – a practical embedded computing workshop for kids and their parents/guardians, Make a Shrimp for Halloween
McBride, Tara Supplementing teaching in schools by employing free to low-cost, and open educational resources
McGowan, Sue PROMS-G Event – Implementing and Managing Open Source Applications
McVicar, Karin Open Source is for real and is for you
Mitchell, Ella Open Educational Resources
Morgan, Lorraine Open Source as Open Innovation: Creating and Capturing Value in Value Networks
Omerri, Aireni Make a Shrimp for Easter – a practical embedded computing workshop for kids and their parents/guardians
Pascoe, Eva Open for Business – Hebden Bridge
Ross, Margaret Open Source Software Quality in Practice
White, Irenie Open Source in Business
Wilkinson, Robin Open Source Intelligence and Reporting

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