As part of our preparations for AdaCamp San Francisco, our unconference for women and allies in open technology and culture, we’re very pleased to welcome two new AdaCamp San Francisco sponsors: Intel and GitHub. Both sponsors are returning after sponsoring AdaCamp DC in 2012 and we thank them for renewing their support.
Intel, long-time technology leader, was founded in 1968 to build semiconductor memory products, and introduced the world’s first microprocessor in 1971. Intel joins us as our fourth silver sponsor of AdaCamp San Francisco.
Code-sharing site GitHub, founded in 2008, is supporting an AdaCamp in their home town of San Francisco, as our second bronze sponsor. We’re very excited to be hosting our third AdaCamp in the Bay Area and to have the support of local companies like GitHub.
Applications are now open to attend AdaCamp San Francisco, to be held on Saturday June 8 and Sunday June 9 in San Francisco, California. All women who are interesting in meeting other women in open technology and culture, and learning and sharing about efforts to improve women’s participation in and the community environment of open technology and culture, are invited to apply. An allies track open to attendees of any gender will be held on Saturday June 8.
Organizations who would like more information about sponsoring AdaCamp San Francisco, and reaching 250 women leaders and future leaders in open technology and culture, can contact us at email@example.com for more information.