Past Meetup

Hacks/Hackers May Meetup

This Meetup is past

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Details

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What's happening at this month's Hacks/Hackers?

Speakers

Anjali Ramachandran (@anjali28 (https://twitter.com/anjali28)) is co-founder of Ada's List, a global network for women in technology who want to change the industry and make it more diverse, equitable and inclusive. She is also a board advisor at Angel Academe, an angel-investing group who invest in female entrepreneurs, and the writer and publisher of Other Valleys, a platform to highlight creativity and technology in the emerging markets. She'll be talking about the potential and the pitfalls of large, dynamic online communities and about working with men towards gender equality.

Tom Whitwell (@tomwhitwell (https://twitter.com/TomWhitwell)) is a senior consultant at London innovation agency Fluxx. He works with global companies to help them grow and launch new products. Before Fluxx, he was Head of Digital for the Times newspaper, introducing their ground-breaking paywall model and hugely popular iPad app. At the weekend, he runs Music Thing Modular, an open-source music electronics company.

Adrian Monck (amonck (https://twitter.com/amonck)), a former award-winning journalist, is now head of communications for the World Economic Forum.

Lightning

Motti Strom, CopyCopy

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Sponsor

Our first sponsor is Nicholl Curtin/Coding Allowed!

#CodingAllowed work with schools, universities and female technologists to decrease the gender disparity in technology, by increasing the number of women opting for tech careers.