Here’s the last of my video sequences from the OpenTech 2009 Conference, which I was pleased to both attend and speak at.
Women In Technology was a fascinating and useful consciousness-raising session that more men should have stayed for! It was a follow-up to this year’s Ada Lovelace Day.
Chaired by Zoe Margolis, the panel consisted of Sue Black, Janet Parkinson, Suw Charman-Anderson and Kathryn Korrick (right to left as you look at the screen). Each gave a short presentation and the session ended with questions from the floor.
The vast majority of most of the presentations is covered in this video, with the exception of Kathryn Corrick’s mini-workshop (which I participated in and thus couldn’t easily shoot) and a slight hiccup when the battery ran out – subsequent sections are hand-held as Sanyo thoughtfully placed the power input connector for my camcorder so as to obscure the tripod socket. Hmph.
However there is enough here to appreciate the majority of the content.