Probably one of the saddest parts of leaving birdsite was that I’d spent a pretty decent amount of time trying to add and follow a lot more women in tech, and I miss hearing from them.
Help me balance my follows out and suggest some awesome #WomenInTech to follow (cis/trans, it’s all good). Boost this, maybe even reply with yourself, maybe we can get a good list of voices.
@bowers Just new to mastodon :)
I'm a physicist so I should know a thing about technology or even two. Well as a theoretician I know less about nowadays technology than the average experimentalist at least when it comes to electrodynamics but I can work quite well with computers - be they quantum or not ;-)
And as we cannot avoid experiment during our studies I also know how a laser works and how to work with it in the lab. And I love to balance spoons on my finger to learn about their center of mass.
What about you?
@IntegralDuChemin I love even trying to comprehend half of that! Physics is a hobby/reading passion, but my main gig is creating design systems and improving usability and accessibility in software.
@bowers Thanks for the compliment, that's very kind of you. What you do sounds quite interesting as well - software engineering - right?
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