Happy Ada Lovelace Day

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Rachel Andrew. Rel­ly Annet-Bak­er. Nao­mi Atkin­son. Alice Bartlett. Frances Ber­ri­man. Jina Bolton. Alice Box­hall. Tiffany B. Brown. Sara Chipps. Geri Coady. Anna Deben­ham. Han­nah Dono­van. Natal­ie Downe. Sylvia Eggers. Fan­ta­sai. More­na Fiore-Kir­by. Zoe Mick­ley Gillen­wa­ter. Kristi­na Halvor­son. Jes­si­ca His­che. Lara Cal­len­der Hogan. Mol­ly Holzschlag. Denise Jacobs. Sal­ly Jenk­in­son. Lau­ra Kalbag. Erin Kissane. Johan­na Koll­mann. Gem­ma Leigh. Inayaili de León. Jenn Lukas. Divya Man­ian. Katie Mar­cus. Louise McComiskey. Karen McGrane. Rachel Nabors. Sarah Par­menter. Soledad Penadés. Yese­nia Perez-Cruz. Leisa Reichelt. Stephanie Rieger. Natasha Rooney. Stephanie Sul­li­van Rewis. Lin­da Sand­vik. Kristi­na Schnei­der. Marin­da Seph­ton. Rachel Shill­cock. Jenn Sim­mons. Sara Souei­dan. Nicole Sul­li­van. Hen­ny Swan. Kat Thomp­son. Lea Ver­ou. Sara Wachter-Boettch­er. Estelle Weyl. Denise Wilton.

Just some of the many women mak­ers of the web who I’ve met, worked with, seen speak­ing, read, or fol­lowed their work. We’d all be poor­er with­out their contributions.

1 comment on
“Happy Ada Lovelace Day”

  1. Well said Peter.

    Dave Letorey [October 14th, 2014, 20:04]