Celebrating in Spain! Success of women in computing showcased in Madrid this April

We are getting close to the third edition of Computing For All (Informática Para Tod@s), the ACM Celebration of Women in Computing in Spain. Have you registered yet? It will take place on April 19 and 20, with a career fair on the first day and many interesting technical talks on the second day. Want … Continue reading Celebrating in Spain! Success of women in computing showcased in Madrid this April

Celebrating Women in Computing in Your Region

If you are interested in gender equality in computing, you may have heard of the Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC). This event is held yearly in the US, gathering women - and some men - not only from all over the US but also from many other countries. The original first edition, in 1994, had 500 … Continue reading Celebrating Women in Computing in Your Region

What can men do? Inclusion in Open Source

Our latest session was titled "Increasing Diversity in BSD Projects" and it was part of EuroBSD 2016. This European conference gathers people from all projects related to the BSD based operating systems. Some of these people are hired by different organizations, some are volunteers. We had the chance to discuss with them diversity in their community … Continue reading What can men do? Inclusion in Open Source

“Informatics for All”: First ACM Celebration of Women in Computing in Spain

Passion. That's one of the very first things that people from outside Spain may think of whenever they are asked to describe Spaniards. It was passion indeed that we saw and celebrated at the ACM-W Celebration in Spain, Informática Para Tod@s (Informatics for All). At the event, hosted on July 1 in the School of … Continue reading “Informatics for All”: First ACM Celebration of Women in Computing in Spain