Coffee & Code Jan. 29 2014

Please join us for an Ada’s Team Coffee & Code Event! What is a Coffee & Code Event? It’s an open space for people to come and work on any code or work they have on the go, while simultaneously enjoying the company of their fellow coders. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about…

Frosty Frolic

To help get everyone in the Holiday spirit the Computing Science department is resurrecting the tradition of the Frosty Frolic, also known as the Department’s End-of-Year Celebration, on Friday, December 5 at 2:30 pm in Heritage Lounge. CSGSA is helping host the event and has invited us to help! So we’re all going to be…

Coffee & Code Hackathon!

Please join us for an Ada’s Team Coffee & Code Event! If you have some code to work on, whether it’s for school or a personal project, come join us on Friday, November 28, from 3:00pm to 5:30 pm in CSC B-10. This is an event where you can work on whatever project you want…

On “Why Empowerment”

A twitter link to an NY Mag article on why “Events for ‘Powerful Women’ Don’t Empower Anyone” has caught my eye, and so I thought I’d answer the question. First. The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is *not* a bunch of rich, powerful women getting together to congratulate each other on being rich,…

GoDaddy: Redemption and Branding

Sooooo, as the internet is aware, notorious “misogyny sells” company Go Daddy was a platinum sponsor of this year’s Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. Go Daddy has a long history of misogynist ad campaigns and a notorious dismissal of any critiques of said campaigns. It seemed an unlikely partnership, and caught me completely…

#GHC14 Our scavenger hunt

Jacqueline and Kim were talking over scavenger hunt ideas and I had to jump on that. Here’s the list we came up with in the end. I’m posting it here so we can post our finds. It turns out I have the short-term memory of a (metaphorical) goldfish, so writing some of my finds down…