Here’s a few of our success stories:
- Netha Hussain ran edit-a-thons to increase women editors and women’s biographies in Malayalam Wikipedia, gave her first three talks, published an article in Forbes Online, and learned how to program
- Tamara Manik-Perlman won an internship at Code For America
- Stephanie Alarcon first learned about the GNOME Outreach Program for Women at AdaCamp – and then won an OPW internship with the Open Technology Institute
We especially encourage applications from people living in the San Francisco Bay area who could not otherwise afford to travel to AdaCamp. AdaCamp registration fees vary from $0 to $250, depending on financial need, so if you can get to downtown San Francisco, you can afford to attend!We encourage people of all genders to apply to the expanded allies track at AdaCamp. This is an all-day event on Saturday, June 8th, with the popular Allies Workshop in the morning and unconference sessions in the afternoon, organized by the attendees.
Learn more and apply here. AdaCamp San Francisco will be another amazing event, don’t miss it!
We thank our gold level sponsors Mozilla, Automattic and Google Site Reliability Engineering; and our silver level sponsors Linux Foundation, Red Hat, Intel, and Puppet Labs; for their support of AdaCamp San Francisco.