Come join us at WILDER ST STUDIO in BRISTOL, for a day of #coworking on FRIDAY 7th October, 2011
Friday, 7th October 2011, is Wilder St Studio’s coworking day for women (and men) to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day. Book your FREE place, by visiting : http://wilderststudio.co.uk/open-office/openstudiofriday/
*Men are also welcome to attend too!
Wilder St Studio in Bristol, provides – chairs, tables, free wireless internet and a great open office space. You bring what you need to work with – bring a laptop, iPad or any other wireless internet device. There’s plenty of local places to grab food at, including the lovely (and famous) THE PEAR CAFE just across the street !
We’re really hoping that we’ll see some new faces at Wilder St Studio, as a result of this – so come along and see what we’re about.
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WHAT IS ADA LOVELACE DAY ?
“Ada Lovelace Day aims to raise the profile of women in science, technology, engineering and maths by encouraging people around the world to talk about the women whose work they admire. This international day of celebration helps people learn about the achievments of women in STEM, inspiring others and creating new role models for young and old alike”.
*taken from : www.findingada.com
Who is Ada Lovelace ?
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Ada Lovelace is widely held to have been the first female computer programmer. She was close friends with inventor Charles Babbage, Lovelace was intrigued by his Analytical Engine and in 1842, she translated a description of it by italian mathematician Luigi Menabrea. Babbage asked her to expand the article, “as she understood [it] so well”, and this was when she wrote several early ‘computer programs’.
Ada Lovelace, died in 1852.