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Vote to make this a real LEGO set: bit.ly/3cgHobo

 

Women have made vital contributions to the field of computing. Many women served as programmers at the dawn of the computing age, and a number of key pioneers developed highly influential innovations to support the emergence of computing as a dominant technology. Yet such trailblazers are often unknown or under-appreciated. This proposed LEGO Ideas set celebrates six notable women in computing and provides an educational building experience to support LEGO fans of all ages in learning about the history of women in technology. The six Women of Computing are:

 

Ada Lovelace (1815-1852)

 

Grace Hopper (1906-1992)

 

Betty Holberton (1917-2001)

 

Jean Jennings Bartik (1924-2011)

 

Gladys West (1930-)

 

Annie Easley (1933-2011)

 

Learn more on the project's LEGO Ideas landing page: bit.ly/3cgHobo

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Vote to make these minifigures into a real LEGO set! bit.ly/3cgHobo

 

Women have made vital contributions to the field of computing. Many women served as programmers at the dawn of the computing age, and a number of key pioneers developed highly influential innovations to support the emergence of computing as a dominant technology. Yet such trailblazers are often unknown or under-appreciated. This proposed LEGO Ideas set celebrates six notable women in computing and provides an educational building experience to support LEGO fans of all ages in learning about the history of women in technology. The six Women of Computing are:

 

Ada Lovelace (1815-1852) with a partial model of the Analytical Engine

 

Grace Hopper (1906-1992) with a partial model of the UNIVAC and a model of her desk

 

Betty Holberton (1917-2001) with a partial model of the ENIAC

 

Jean Jennings Bartik (1924-2011) with a partial model of the ENIAC

 

Gladys West (1930-) with a model of the Global Positioning System (GPS)

 

Annie Easley (1933-2011) with a model of a NASA control room

 

Learn more on the project's LEGO Ideas landing page: bit.ly/3cgHobo

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Sunday Evening Post, Vol.2, No.5b: Being Heard?

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Amber was a LITTLE excited.

Jenny had all kinds of great info. I wish I was awake enough at that point to be on the ball, but put #cwc09 into search.twitter.com and you will find it documented.

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#sciencemarch #marchforscience #marchforsciencedc #sciencerocks #scienceresists #stem #womeninstem #womeninscience #womenintech #womenintech #scientists #scientistlife #sciencematters #ilovescience #donaldtrump #trump

WiDS Vancouver is an independent event to coincide with the annual Global Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference held at Stanford University and an estimated 150+ locations worldwide. All genders are invited to attend WiDS regional events, which features outstanding women doing outstanding work.

 

The Global WiDS Conference aims to inspire and educate data scientists worldwide, regardless of gender, and to support women in the field.

 

This one-day technical conference provides an opportunity to hear about the latest data science related research and applications in a number of domains, and connect with others in the field.

 

Thanks to Duong Vu and Ha Dinh for co-organizing the event, and Microsoft for providing the space. Original photo by event photographer (?), post-processed by me.

 

Additional sponsors and thank you's available below

www.linkedin.com/company/wids-vancouver/

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