Saturday 24th October, 2015
2:00pm to 2:30pm
The Django and Python communities can change lives and have changed many lives including my own. I’ve been running the Your Django Story interview series on the Django Girls blog for over a year now. So far I featured 70 amazing women who work with Django. In my talk, I will present our interview series and share 8 Django Tales, stories of 8 inspiring women whose lives were changed by learning Python and Django and becoming involved in the Python and Django communities. I will also share what you can do to help Django Girls grow even more.
If you’d love to hear inspiring Django Tales, this is the right talk for you :)
@djangocon co-organizer, @PyLadiesRemote group leader, @thepsf board member, @djangoproject grants chair. Passionate about diversity & community outreach.
"Anna works for Eldarion, helping them with community management and talent development. She co-organized the Django Girls Budapest and PyCon workshops, runs the "Your Django Story" interview series on the Django Girls blog, and is the group leader of the PyLadies Remote group. Anna is also the chair of the Django Software Foundation grants committee, and recently became a director of the Python Software Foundation. She is very passionate about diversity and community outreach and wants to encourage more women to learn programming because it's awesome!“
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