Women's Tech Jobs will be available to talk to women who may be:

Tech curious - either interested in how to get into a tech role or simply what tech jobs are available

Tech change - wanting to advance or move their career to another track

Tech Training - interested in understanding what training is available (either free or affordably) to move into a career in tech

Tech Jobs - looking at which companies are currently advancing their organisations to be more diverse and inclusive

We are setting up a Girl Geek Dinners group in Weston Super Mare.  While we try it out for size we are going to use the Bristol GGD site to host as we are also aware that we have some members who work in Bristol but reside by the beach (lucky you!) and would like something closer to home to network.

We would like to announce that finally we believe we may have spotted enough women either in tech or interested in the subject to justify setting up a GirlGeekDinners WSM chapter!

Please join us for the launch of Feminist Archive South's touring project, Hatpins to Hashtags in Weston.

Building on the legacy of Weston’s prominent suffragettes, ‘Hatpins to Hashtags’, will celebrate women’s activism then and now in the area through a programme of free events, workshops, exhibitions and discussions.

The software we use is increasingly seen as a political issue, but it’s easy to be distracted by the promises made by easy to use online software. There is an active, global, Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement that makes it possible to learn to do almost anything, but the first steps can be the hardest.

How can we start to own and control our data and the online systems we use?

The software we use is increasingly seen as a political issue, but it’s easy to be distracted by the promises made by easy to use online software. There is an active, global, Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement that makes it possible to learn to do almost anything, but the first steps can be the hardest.

How can we start to own and control our data and the online systems we use?