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Girl Geek Dinners turns 5 (Guest post by Judith Lewis)

Have you ever heard of London Girl Geek Dinners?  What started as an organisation of a few passionate women has blossomed into a worldwide network of “dinners” from New Zealand through to Toronto and now the home of that movement is turning 5 years old! London Girl Geek Dinners really does hope to change theContinue Reading “Girl Geek Dinners turns 5 (Guest post by Judith Lewis)”

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G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week, Cate Sevilla – BitchBuzz.com

My name is Cate Sevilla, and I’m the founding editor of BitchBuzz.com, as well as being a freelance writer and professional blogger. I grew up in California and after meeting a rather handsome British Geek on Myspace, I moved over to London in the spring of 2006. After blogging a ridiculous amount about women’s issuesContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week, Cate Sevilla – BitchBuzz.com”

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G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Diane Perlman, Branding Matters

Closet geek and entrepreneur, Diane Perlman has spent time learning and practicing nearly every marketing discipline over her career, both agency and client-side, and the last 12 years focusing mostly on digital and working with tech and telecoms clients.  Diane, now director of ‘virtual agency’ Branding Matters for the past 4 years, provides strategic consultingContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Diane Perlman, Branding Matters”

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G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Cat Burton, Mind Candy

The Girl Geek and the Monsters I’m sat pondering the life of a London girl geek, cup of tea in hand and admiring a lovely view of the Thames.  It’s hard to believe that just a few years ago I was living in rural Lincolnshire, with big dreams of working in the games industry.  IContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Cat Burton, Mind Candy”

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G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Meaghan Fitzgerald, Spoonfed

A Silicon Valley Girl Getting Spoonfed in London I sit staring at source code in an empty computer lab, trying to embed a flash animation of a fish into a website for my sixth grade science project. If I could go back and speak to my eleven-year old self now, the message would be clear: don’tContinue Reading “G ‘n’ G Women in Tech Week – Meaghan Fitzgerald, Spoonfed”