Way forward to a more female IT: our third Blockchain Conference “#moinblockchain” by moinworld Moinblockchain’19- Our speakers introduce themselves: Natalie Tillack Linkedin At this year’s moinblockchain conference on October 18th, many inspiring speakers will be present. We already asked in advance where our speakers got their enthusiasm for Blockchain from and why the topic has a lot of potential for the future. Today we introduce you to Natalie Tillack.
Three fascinating women will open the moinblockchain conference together Three fascinating women will open the moinblockchain conference together: Julia Larsen, Nicole Zhu and Citlali Mora Catlett. First of all we would like to share more information about the three speakers with you. Nicole Zhu - “..for the first time, technology does give back more control and privacy to you, in a way that’s irrevocable by a powerful company or a strong military” Linkedin Twitter Nicole is an engineer at Parity Technologies and is involved in building the decentralized web.
Summer Camp in cooperation with three of Hamburg’s tech companies For the second year in a row we held our Summer-Coding Camp. Sixteen young girls spent three days developing their programming skills in three different companies, mostly without any prior experience in coding. The workshops took place this year at Google, XING SE and SHARE NOW. In addition, the junior coders were able to exchange ideas directly with the developers working there and gain insights into various IT professions.
Meetup Women Techmakers Summer Party @ Xing 26. Juni 2019 Last week, we celebrated our two-year partnership with XING in a beautiful location overlooking the rooftops of the city right on Stephansplatz. On this occasion, at our Meetup, two-inspiring women, with an impressive career path, discussed the question: “Do women need a special treatment? Afterwards, we ended the evening in the airy heights of the beautiful XING Head Offices in Hamburg with a relaxed network.
Why are there so few women in IT? It’s a question I’ve been asked ever since I founded moinworld. Not even a tenth of the IT departments today are staffed by women. It should not depend on gender whether a person is able to help shape our digital future. “Demand for skilled ICT professionals is growing: 90% of jobs require basic digital skills. As a new Commission study on “Women in the Digital Age” shows, more women in digital jobs could create an annual €16 billion GDP boost in the EU, not least by improving the start-up environment, as female owned start-ups are more likely to be successful.
Clearing a path for women in tech: Third conference on blockchain technology “#moinblockchain” by moinworld in Hamburg The mission from moinworld: a more inclusive tech scene Moinworld’s mission is to make the tech world more inclusive and to demystify topics like blockchain while connecting the audience to globally known experts. October 18th it is time again to find community and connection with other women and men interested in blockchain.
moinschool update, May 2019 Dear community, it has been a while since our last update about moinschool . In fact, it was beginning this year, if I am not wrong. Of course, this is too long, and we will improve our efforts to present you the newest updates. But let me assure you that we have been very busy in the meantime. A lot has happened, and I am happy to give you a little overview of the things what we accomplished, what we plan for the future and how you can support us.
An evening to explore what comes before we can make use of technology Technology is shaping how we do things for example how we go shopping, how we communicate with eachother, how we diagnose illnesses or how we collaborate and with whom on projects. The ability to extend our power of human thought with digital tools has become an essential part of our everyday lives and work. We all need to understand how, when, and where computers and other digital tools can help us solve problems, and we all need to know how to communicate with others who can assist us with computer-supported solutions.
Our first community event with Airbus March 15th, 2019 Last Friday, we had the pleasure of hosting our first ever meet-up at the ZAL Centre of Aeronautical Research in Hamburg together with our new partner Airbus. Despite the stormy weather, we had a packed out room full of fellow Women Techmakers who were eager to hear inspirational stories and network. Networking and guided tour through the Airbus Protospace The evening kicked off with introductions and a welcome speech from our Airbus team which was followed shortly after by a guided tour of the Airbus ProtoSpace.
Hi Mamta, could you tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m Mamta Vuppu originally from India settled in Germany. I have been working in the IT industry for over a decade, and I currently work as an information security consultant in Hamburg. As an information security consultant my day to day work involves analysing client’s IT environment for any risks or security gaps and implementing solutions based on the industry standards using state of the art technology.