All the ways the Lesbians Who Tech Summit in New York was history-making. And it was—it is every time.
The Lesbians Who Tech Summit in New York City is coming up October 1-4, and is packed with events like TED-style talks and what is literally called “networking that doesn’t suck.” Comment on this post for a chance to win a free Summit pass!
I’m reading a book about hackers right now and feel like maybe some of y’all want to join me. Just a feeling I had.
As a Software Engineer who relocated from the bay area to Zürich, Switzerland, I was super excited to see Lesbians Who Tech coming to Europe and immediately grabbed a ticket.
UX Designer and User Researcher Caroline Sinders talks SXSW, women in games and harassment in online spaces. Oh yeah, and Gamergate.
A chat with Leanne Pittsford of Lesbians Who Tech where we give five tickets to the Berlin Summit to five random Autostraddle commenters! FOR FREE! GET IN HERE!
LWT brings a diverse array (nerds will get the pun) of queer women who technologically kick ass to the Castro and Silicon Valley for the second year in a row.
Three entire Autostraddle readers could win a FREE ticket for themselves (worth $349 each!) to Lesbians Who Tech. LET’S DO THIS!
Can one lesbian journalist and one straight, white cis man form the right kind of odd couple to keynote the queer women in technology conference’s second annual installment?
GamerGate is about shitting all over women; let’s feel nauseous about it together.
5. Slopebrowed weaseldicks with zero reading comprehension and even less critical thinking skills
I’ve played games all my life, and I stand with Zoe Quinn, Anita Sarkeesian and Brianna Wu. #StopGamerGate
Hold your horses, unicorns, and angry pack of wolverines — there’s more to this campaign than you may first assume.
The Lesbians Who Tech Summit was awesome, is a way to combat sexism and also meet adorable nerdy gays.
This is the first ever summit for queer women in tech. It’s from February 27th-March 2nd in San Francisco. And! There’s a discount code for Autostraddle readers.
LA’s getting a Video Game Design Patch, y’all! Be prepared for our younger generation to take on STEM fields!
If I had a penny for every time I heard one of my 40-year-old female computer students say “I bet your grandmother is better at this than I am” or “explain this like you would explain it to granny” we’d all be living on our super queer commune right now, funded by all those pennies