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Women In Tech March 2018

This month we are really excited to welcome Pauline Narvas and Hazel Seanor to Women in Tech, Nottingham, who will be giving talks on Learning from Failure and How Your Website Is Secretly Geocities respectively.

As always, there'll be free drinks and food for all thanks to our fantastic sponsors Esendex and JH. Everyone is welcome and there are no tickets required. Just turn up - it's free!


Falling Up

by Pauline Narvas

Pauline Narvas

Pauline Narvas

We all go through adversity and this is something we usually can’t change; it is what it is. But what isn’t fixed is how we react to it. Pauline will be sharing her experiences and stories on failure, the lessons she learnt and how you can not only bounce back up but propel yourself in another direction: upwards.

About Pauline

Pauline is a Biomedical Sciences student at the University of Sheffield, she writes code, encourages women to reach for the stars (with Code First: Girls), and helps organise events such as inspireWIT and HackMed. She has also blogged about everything since 2008 and loves everything health, well-being and self-development related.


Your Website is Secretly Geocities

by Hazel Seanor

Hazel Senor

Hazel Senor

The web has come a long way since the 1990s. So we're out of the dark ages... right?

About Hazel

Hazel is a student at Nottingham University Academy of Science and Technology, a voting process architect for the Organization for Transformative Works, and a coding instructor at Pixelheads Night Classes at the National Videogame Arcade. In her free time, she enjoys reading comics, building costumes, and working on various tech-related projects.


Win free stuff at WiT Notts!

This month at Women in Tech we'll be giving away a copy of the book, Programmed Inequality: How Britain Discarded Women Technologists and Lost Its Edge in Computing, a fascinating and disturbing account of women’s roles in the British computing industry’s rise and fall.

Attend and tweet on the #WiTNotts hashtag to be with a chance!


Join in with the Nottingham Tech Community online

The conversation continues online in the Tech Nottingham Slack group, which is a bustling, friendly online community with a channel for (almost) everything you can think of from #pets-corner to #devcorner, #podcasts to #design and everything in between. We'd love to see you there!

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