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 provides a unique platform for senior and junior IT&Tech professionals, featuring the latest industry trends, research results and success stories.
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
A unique way to network with leading IT organisations while seeking inspiration and mentoring