Software Engineering, techmums and Bletchley Park with Sue Black

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Programmers can come from anywhere. Some start coding since they are children. Others learn it even after being in a different industry. Dr. Sue Black, Honorary Professor of Computer Science at University College London, was living in a refuge when she looked to science and technology to turn her life around. Sue explained how her interest in math and in technology lead her to focus on Software Engineering. We also talked about techmums, an organization she founded to empower mothers and their families through technology. Sue also played a fundamental role in the restoration of Bletchley Park, the central site for British code workers during World War II, of which more than half of them were women.

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Dr. Sue Black, Honorary Professor of Computer Science at University College London

@Dr_Black

@techmumsHQ

@techwomenshow

Show Notes:

Saving Bletchley Park by Sue Black

Tech Mums

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