Our conference this year was our most successful yet. We had a ton of people being a part of it - here are the highlights in a video, as well as the keynote talks from the day (workshops were not filmed).
We can finally announce the line-up for Ada's List Conference 2018! Here's what you can look forward to.
The annual Ada's List conference is our biggest event of the year, and this year will be no different. Get your tickets now!
Last weekend, we wrapped our second annual Ada’s List Conference. What a day it was!
Ada's List Conf 2017, our second annual conference, is on October 7th at Imperial College in London. We are excited to announce the full agenda!
Ada Lovelace Day 2017 marks our 4th birthday, and to celebrate we are hosting our second annual conference in London. Join us!
Last week, Ada’s List hosted a breakfast with Rise London on the topic of how to increase female representation in financial technology, and how to make the industry more diverse and inclusive. The group didn’t mince words, and we had an honest and frank discussion, the headlines of which I think a lot of people will benefit from.
Last week, on the occasion of our 3rd birthday and Ada Lovelace Day 2016, Ada’s List hosted our first ever mini-conference. We were really happy with how it went off, the quality of the speakers, and the feedback we’ve got so far (which no doubt will keep coming for a bit!). Here’s a summary of what went down:
This October, as the world celebrates Ada Lovelace Day, Ada’s List will be celebrating it’s 3rd Birthday and recognising Lovelace’s contribution to the world of internet and science, with the launch of the Ada’s List Conf 2016. Join us for an afternoon of talks and mingling on October 14th Friday, from 3.30 to 9.30pm.
On 27th July 2016, Ada's List and Propel held an exclusive breakfast at the Club at the Ivy in London to talk women in tech salaries, employee wellbeing and more
Last week, during London Technology Week, Ada’s List was proud to organise a panel discussion on a topic close to our hearts: how to increase the number of people of colour (especially women) in the technology industry.
Last night, I went to support Tanya Powell's talk on UK BAME women in tech at Ladies of Code's lightning talks. For her first ever talk, she sure knows how to pick them.
On 23rd June 2015, FutureGov was honoured to host Ada’s List as they convened a first-of-its-kind event: a chat with some of the most amazing government reformers and doers around.