One of the great things about Manchester Girl Geek show and tell sessions is you never know quite what you’ll get until the day. The diversity of topics covered means that you can always come along confident that you will learn something new, be entertained, and hopefully inspired by what you hear and see.
Emily Hopkins (@emilylovedhim) was the organiser of January’s event and pulled together a brilliant bunch of speakers and also talked about Joan Clarke* – a code-breaker and colleague of Alan Turing at Bletchley Park whose character was included in the 2014 film release The Imitation Game.
And then set Nicholas Lyndhurst off to bust some moves…
More fabulous talks were given by…
Elaine (@stem_maths) – EU Scientix project (@scientix_eu)
James – Machine learning with Microsoft Azure
Claire Dodd (@GirlGeekUpNorth) – Mentoring adults learning to code @CodeUpMCR
Rachel Moat (@rachelmoat) – Using music and electronics to help children with communication difficulties.
Natalie – Disaster relief learnings