by Vicky Twomey-Lee in DublinIt's that time of month again, newsletter has made it to our amazing subscribers (thanks for staying on), and there are a few events and announcements that didn't make it in, so I will add it to this blog post. Do share a missing tech event with us in the comments.
by Vicky Twomey-Lee in DublinJuly was a whirlwind, participating at Inspirefest's Fringe Festival, the family-friendly coding session and GameCraft UnPlugged went down a treat. And being with fellow Pythonistas at EuroPython was a blast.
by Vicky Twomey-Lee in DublinOur July newsletter is out, and some updates on events around the country. If I am missing an upcoming tech event, feel free to share in the comments.
by Vicky Twomey-Lee in DublinA short write-up on the Elm workshop with Elm Dublin User Group at The Liquor Rooms.
by Vicky Twomey-Lee in DublinYou have probably observed it. Women can be pretty rare at games events. The Irish games industry is not unusual; this is a pattern observed in many countries. Stats for the games industry in the UK and the US usually put the proportion of women across all occupations at around 10%. So, can we do anything about this? The ReFiG project thinks we can.