Wednesday 24th March marks the second Ada Lovelace day "an international day of blogging (videologging, podcasting, comic drawing etc.!) to draw attention to the achievements of women in technology and science."
Due to me forgetting to take my dongle with me on my travels today (one of the the perils of the technology road warrior) here is my belated post.
This year I'd like to highlight the work of Juilette Culver, a developer at the Open University. I've know Juilette for, I guess about 4 or 5 years now. At the moment I have most direct contact with her through her work on Cloudworks which is part of the OU's Learning Design Initiative (and part of the current JISC Curriculum Design Programme). I don't get to work with developers in the way I used to pre working for CETIS, however Juilette is exactly the kind of developer I think everyone should work worth - creative, caring, eye on the technology ball, willing to listen and try new things and share her knowledge and experience with the wider community.
Lorna commented the other week in her blog about the lack of women at certain techie events such as Dev8D. Juliette is also one of the few women who does go to these events and keeps the flag flying for female developers.