In celebration of Ada Lovelace Day, the woman widely regarded as the first ever computer programmer, Engine Shed and SETsquared Bristol are bringing together a panel of women in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) to talk about their tech careers which have developed into something much more entrepreneurial.
The event is chaired by Caroline Clark, KETS Quantum Security, with the panel including:
- Ajara Pfannenschmidt, User Experience Designer and Information Architect
- Chen Mao Davies, founder & CEO LatchAid, VR/AR product to help mothers and babies commence breastfeeding
- Sara Telahoun, Sustainability Consultant for Cities at Anthesis Group
- Lilly Manzoni, Head of Research and Development at LettUs Grow
An inspiring free online event for women, girls and everyone interested in STEAM or a career in tech.
Post event coding for school pupils – Ada Lovelace Day coding in python poetry generator
This workshop is run by University of Bristol Digimakers teams and is aimed at those beginning coding, perhaps with experience block coding (e.g. Scratch). The workshop will demonstrate how to write a poetry generator using Python. It will cover Python topics including creating lists, print statements and random selection. Students will also have to use their knowledge of verbs, adjectives and nouns. It is a great opportunity to learn how to write code, while getting creative and generating fun poems.
This workshop will cover all the coding tools needed, so no Python experience is required. You will need to know the difference between nouns, adjectives and verbs.
All that is required is a web browser.
Book here for this online event on Tuesday 13 October, 4 – 5.30pm