#tbt Sudo was featured in the last issue of Queen's Alumni Review. Be sure to check out the rest of the issues as well!
“It’s almost like having an agent – someone who keeps an ear out and looks for opportunities for you.”
"Take a look at your team and office through an LGBT person’s eyes. Does it look and feel safe and welcoming?"
“When I felt I could just be who I am, a full person,” says Trotter, “then it was definitely good for the science.”
"It’s like comparing a jet turbine to a propeller: they achieve the same purpose, but the complexity and power are vastly disproportionate."
The University of Waterloo’s Women in Computer Science (WICS) is celebrating its 10th anniversary! WICS has supported 1300+ female students since 2007.
Help t...o support them here: http://ow.ly/ZkaA30cExLf
"Designing Your Website" is coming up on Saturday! If you haven't registered yet, make sure to save your spot here: https://sudo-design.eventbrite.ca/
"She was not just a mathematician, astronomer, or physicist; she possessed the intellectual acumen to weave these concepts together seamlessly."
The latest Kingston Young Professionals spotlight features Sudo's founder, Melissa Mangos!
"Most people have heard of Alan Turing, but there are many unsung heroes as well."
There's still time to register for our next workshop!
In case you missed it: here's our June newsletter!
If you want to receive the next issue of Bits & Bytes by email, you can sign up at the 'contact' section of our website (https://sudolabs.ca/).
Great article from Queen's Alumni Review on Professor Wendy Powley!
Professor Powley has been a great supporter of Sudo and even taught one of our workshops.
"In the tech world, women founders and leaders are heavily underrepresented and it’s going to take all of us to work towards change."
Sudo was featured in the latest edition of the Queen's Alumni Review!
Check it out here: http://www.queensu.ca/…/a…/stories/future-coding-female-sudo
Our friends at Kingston Young Professionals have some awesome events coming up soon!