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Come eat some lunch and join us in celebrating the kickoff of our conference! Rebeccah Hunter started working at Red Hat on the Ansible Tower team shortly after she turned 26. This may not seem very early, but in reality this is only her second job out of college. Why is it her dream job? She will tell us all about why it is, how she got the job, and what happens now. She’ll also briefly cover what it means to be a woman in open source and why you should care about that too.
Need mentoring? Reach out and seek advice from other women who
have had experience in the field of Computer Science.
Come meet employers, recruiters, and schools to receive information about
different learning and career opportunities. Learn about real life graduate school and job experiences as well
gaining new perspectives from a variety of tech talks.
Using Science Fiction to Teach Ethics
Socially Embedded Computing
Introduction to Agile Software Development
How Computer Science Fits Into the Manufacturing and Maker Mindset
How To Negotiate Salary for Women in Technology
Women in Cybersecurity - Are You on the Fast Track?
How can software professionals assess whether their software supports
diverse users? And if they find problems, how can they fix them? Although there are empirical
processes that can be used to find “inclusivity bugs” piecemeal, what is often needed is a systematic
inspection method to assess software’s support for diverse populations. To help fill this gap, we
developed GenderMag, a method for finding and fixing “gender inclusivity bugs" -- gender biases in
software interfaces and workflows. We then introduced InclusiveMag, a generalization of GenderMag
that can be used to generate systematic inclusiveness methods for other dimensions of diversity.
In this talk, Margaret will present the latest results of her work to bring inclusiveness to software itself.
Come join us for games, crafts, and a movie. Meet new people,
join the fun, and make your own crafts.
At its core, GenderMag pinpoints ways software can be intolerant of certain problem-solving styles. To learn GenderMag by doing, in this one-hour workshop we’ll work together to do a GenderMag evaluation on a system in wide use in universities. Attendees will leave with the ability to do GenderMag evaluations on the software and other IT that they create as part of their professions or personal lives.
In this workshop, participants will learn how to use the Arduino Neopixel Library to program sequentially connected Adafruit Neopixel RGB LEDs. This workshop will also discuss project design for wearables in context of fashion and circuitry design.
Cybersecurity in Research: Keeping Us Safe Today and Tomorrow
It Takes a Village to Make a Difference: Increasing Diversity in Cybersecurity
Dwelling in the Dark Web
Artificial Intelligence and Data Science! So What?
Machine Learning Obstacles to Improve Drug Binding Predictions
Developing Young Engineers
Let's mingle! Meet new people through quick conversations. Have lunch and listen to our guest speaker Alisa Neeman.
Dr. Doyle will discuss here career in algorithms and share success stories in computational computing.
Wrap up and say our goodbyes until TRIWiC 2022.