Como comunidad co-organizadora del evento malagueño del año J On The Beach (http://www.jonthebeach.com/), nos gustaría invitaros a tod@s a participar en el meetup que tendrá lugar durante las conferencias.
El viernes 20 de Mayo prepararemos una mesa redonda con algunas de nuestras ponentes y hablaremos de la presencia de la mujer en eventos IT entre muchas otras cosas.
Este meetup es totalmente abierto y gratuito y, además, nos gustaría contar con vuestra participación desde este mismo momento y que nos comentarais qué temas o preguntas os gustaría lanzar a las ponentes para la mesa de debate.
Además, los/as miembros más activos de esta comunidad, podrán disfrutar de un descuento del 20% limitado a 20 entradas simplemente sacando el ticket mediante este enlace
As co-organisers of the event of the year in Málaga J On The Beach (http://www.jonthebeach.com/), we'd like to invite you all to participate in the meetup that will be celebrated during the conference.
The next Friday, 20th of May, we'll prepare a round table with some of our speakers and we'll talk about Women In IT Events among other topics.
This meetup will be open and free and we'd like to count with your ideas right now, so share with us which kind o topics or question you'd like to discuss with our guest speakers.
Finally, the most active members of this community can enjoy a 20% discount to get the tickets of the event (limited to 20 tickets), just by clicking on the following link
Willing to see you there!
Participants of the round table:
Heidi Howard (https://twitter.com/heidiann360)
Heidi Howard is currently studying towards PhD at the Cambridge University, Computer Lab, under the supervision of Prof. Jon Crowcroft. Her research interest is fault-tolerance, consistency and consensus in modern distributed systems. In 2014, she received her BA in Computer Science from Pembroke College at the Cambridge University. Heidi has also previously worked as research assistant and undergraduate researcher on topics such as middlebox traversal, DNS, privacy preserving systems and wireless community networks.
Yara Senger (https://twitter.com/yarasenger)
Java Champion, Director of SouJava and an alternate representative of the group on the JCP Executive Committee. Co-founder and director of Globalcode and The Developer's Conference. In 2011, she was recipient of the Duke Choice's Award, for the JHome embedded environment.
Amira Lakhal (https://twitter.com/MiraLak)
She is passionate about functional languages and Big Data. She is one of the Duchess France leaders where she helps women in IT to became role models.
Nickie Hills (https://twitter.com/nickiehills)
Head of Engineering, ITRS Group. Nickie heads up the software engineering team at ITRS Group where they have been creating market leading application management software for the world’s top financial institutions for over 13 years and where they also just released the coolest real-time, big data analytics product on the planet. Prior to joining ITRS Nickie worked in IBM for 22 years, latterly as a Director of Software Development, and for the most part in the UK, on major enterprise middleware. Nickie is an active champion of diversity in IT, believing that diverse teams make for not only the best working environment but also the most innovative, well rounded software; after over 25 years in the industry she feels she may finally be growing out of her imposter syndrome! @nickiehills
Julia Mateo (https://twitter.com/juliamateodc)
Julia Mateo is a Software Engineer based in Geneva. After several years in Madrid and Paris, she joins Hortis GRC company in Geneva where she works as a senior java developer and tech leader. She helps development teams in the adoption of Agile techniques and Software Craftsmanship. Julia is very involved in community work leading Duchess Swiss. She often speaks about Java and Continuous Delivery through workshops or formal presentations (Geneva Java User Group, Docker User Group, JBCNConf, CodeMotion).
- 5' Introduction to the community
- 40' Round table + Opened discussion
- 5' Wrap-up
Facilitators: Johanna Forssell & Carmel Hassan