New challenges, new chances: We’re super excited to present to you the Ada Lovelace Festival’s Digital Edition 2020 🚀
The Festival will be a digital event of a special kind. Interactive and inspiring and at the same time as digital and sustainable as it gets. Couldn’t be more appropriate to our motto for the year: “Sustainability Tech – improving our social & environmental impact”. Continue reading →
We spoke with Susi Augustin, UX Designer (Volkswagen AG), about the reasons being a part of the Ada Lovelace Festival 2019, what user experience is about and why it is important to connect women in IT. Continue reading →
We asked Neerja Aurora, Managing Director (Accenture), in this interview why she chose to be a part of Ada Lovelace Festival, what is the message of her keynote and why it is important to connect women in IT. Continue reading →
Jasmin Deniz Karatas, Gamification Chapter Lead (Accenture), spoke with us about her Deep Dive Session and diverse teams, the value of diversity in IT and what is her advice to the Ada Community. Continue reading →
We talked with Dr. Laura Dornheim, a feminist, blogger, politician and eyeo’s Head of Communication about how to make the web better for the users, which of her feminist projekts she liked most, the situation for women in Germany and who her role models were and are.
We spoke with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sabine Radomski, HfTL University of Applied Sciences, about promoting young IT-Talents, the city Leipzig/Germany as a place for research in the telecommunications sector, her project “Software Quality Seal” and transparency of data from big IT players like Facebook or Google.
Digital innovations are changing the world, how we live, work and communicate. In private life, social relationships, for companies and our jobs. What do these changes mean for our daily business and for the future? The Ada Lovelace Festival is the right place for questions like this and now comes to Switzerland.
Giulia Traverso says that finding a female role model in the IT world is invaluable. In this interview Giulia, who is a PhD candidate in cryptography, tells how she found a mentor. That this happened at Ada Lovelace Festival makes the story even better ;-)…. Continue reading →