The thing is, right, not everyone who likes tech is going to be a CEO. Not everyone who codes is going to invent a new iOS, or Candy Crush. But every single lady involved in tech is making a difference- to the way tech is perceived, and the way the industry is structured– so today, we’re talking to brilliant Delphine, who is studying web design. Think you might, one day, like to study web design? You’re going to love Delphine, and Delphine loves coding. Continue reading An Interview With Delphine, Who Loves To Code So Much She Can’t Explain It
Over here, we’re quietly obsessed with Ada “I Invented Computer Programming Before Computers Even Existed” Lovelace. Actually, we’re loudly obsessed- and frankly, why shouldn’t we be? Ada Lovelace is really pretty great. She’s got a society, and everything, and we couldn’t have a series about girls in tech without dedicating at least one blog just to her. Do you love her? You will when you’ve finished this article. Continue reading There’s Just Something About Ada: Ten Lessons We Can Learn From The Countess of Lovelace
How better to kick off our Women In Tech season than an interview with Roxanne Varza, founder of Girls In Tech UK, former editor of TechCrunch and Microsoft’s Startup Lover? Roxanne is all sorts of great and inspirational, and does SO MANY THINGS in the tech world? Today we talk start-ups, the future, and post-blogger syndrome… Continue reading Interview with Roxanne Varza, Girls In Tech:“In the future, understanding code will be like understanding English”
The sun is shining, the bees are buzzing, the birds are singing- what better time to relinquish your laptop and get outside? Not totally relinquish, obviously, we’re not mad- we’ve compiled a list of eight excellent start-ups that use your screen addiction to get you doing something excellent in the wide world beyond the web. Pick up your phone, check out these beauties and get stuck in. Continue reading 8 Summer Adventures In Startups: Lose The Laptop And Get Stuck In
What’s stopping you getting a job you love? Well, according to a report published this week, it might just be something really, really simple. We’ve compiled a list of our top ten skills employers want- and shown you exactly how to get them. With the aid of some space games, some boxed cats and a surrealist compliment generator. Continue reading Skills Employers Want You To Have And How To Get Them: An Enternships Guide
Here’s a secret: everyone gets nervous about interviews. Everyone. And it’s because the prize at the end is a good one. New job. New career. New life, even, if the job at the end is a really, really good one. And that’s a prize worth having. We’ve found a list of ways to let you be the best you can at interview- and Matthew Jennings, author of The Career Bible shares his number one top tip. Continue reading Number One Intern Interview Top Tip: Be The Best At Interviews
This is an open invitation, and a CALL TO ARMS.
Ladies who code, ladies in tech, ladies who do clever and interesting and geeky things- we need you. The world needs you, and, like Kitchener (only more ladylike), we need YOU.
Inspired by that blog about funding? Bored of uni? Think starting your own business is an impossible dream? Today we feature a blog from someone who really did take the plunge into starting a business- and did it a way you might not have thought of. Nathan Cruz Coulson tells us all…
Havas, world leaders in digital and tech innovation, are to open their doors to brilliant startups in the hope that they can provide support, partnerships and acceleration for blossoming talent. Many exciting companies applied for the chance to pitch to the Havas experts, but only a few could make the cut. So which tech startups are the ones to watch? We’re happy to reveal all… Continue reading Havas Demo Day: 10 innovative digital startups to watch