Diversity in Tech – Ada Lovelace Festival

Women have contributed to the emergence of the digital age from the very beginning. Among them was Ada Byron Countess of Lovelace (1815–1852), a mathematician now considered a software pioneer, after whom this event is named. In the mid-19th century, she developed a program for Charles Babbage’s “Analytical Engine”, a forerunner of the modern computer which was sadly never completed.

The Ada Lovelace Festival is an unique Knowledge and Networking Platform for Tech Talents and Tech Enthusiasts. It is open to all who want to be part of it – regardless of age, gender identity, disability, religion, worldview, sexual orientation or origin.

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Following the spirit of Ada Lovelace - the first programmer in history - we celebrate outstanding digital innovation and discuss the impact of technological change on all parts of life. We are convinced that our future will be particularly successful when people from diverse backgrounds help shape it.

That‘s why we stand for more diversity in the tech world.

With us, digital pioneers from all industries and disciplines enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the festival and benefit from the latest research trends, inspiring success stories, workshops, AskMe Anything sessions with our speakers and networking with other participants.

Designed for sharing industry knowledge and ideas in a lively, buzzing atmosphere, the Ada Lovelace Festival offers added value to participants across all levels in the industry:

For Senior Professionals:
A powerful exchange platform with the latest insights on business, research and leadership skills

For Young Professionals:
Great opportunities for networking with top-class executives, meeting role models and receiving their knowledge and advice

For Students:
A unique way to network with leading IT organisations while seeking inspiration and mentoring