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Inspiring Evenings - Women in Tech

On Thursday 7th January, join Maya Keeley, Software Developer for Bristol Robotics Company Bot-Hive as she discusses the importance of women in the world of computing.
Inspiring Evenings Lecture Thursday 7th January
Inspiring Evenings Lecture Thursday 7th January

Inspiring Evenings Lecture

Thursday 7th January 2021 - 5.00pm via Microsoft Teams

"Diversity in Tech: Beyond the Code"


Coding can be an incredibly exciting, creative and diverse career. Yet many of us may not realise this or may think without a great love of Maths or Computer science that it’s just not possible. Not only do you not have to love Maths, writing lines of code is also only one aspect of the job. Coding is really about providing a solution to a problem, whether that’s a business problem or a wider societal problem. We only have to look to our phones or to the parcel that turns up at the door hours after we bought it to understand how far reaching and integral technology has become in our lives. Given that technology has and will continue to shape our society, it’s incredibly important that women are a part of this conversation.

All welcome to attend  - please email for further information.

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