Tag Archives: Ubuntu Women

Interview with Jessica Ledbetter

Elizabeth Krumbach: Please tell us a little about yourself. Jessica Ledbetter: Hello everyone, I’m Jessica Ledbetter (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/jledbetter). I’ve been a web developer for a Department of Energy lab in Virginia for about 10 years, and I code primarily in Java and ColdFusion, plus freelance in PHP. I was the first in my family to go […]

Interview with Flavia Weisghizzi

Elizabeth Krumbach: Please tell us a little about yourself. Flavia Weisghizzi: I’m Flavia Weisghizzi, I’m 34 years old and I live in that wonderful melting pot called Roma, Italy, where I was born, and from where, maybe, I’ll fly away someday. I’m a writer, I write poems and critical essays about literature. I also work […]

Interview with Valorie Zimmerman

Elizabeth Krumbach: Please tell us a little about yourself. Valorie Zimmerman: I’m a writer, wife, mother and grandmother. Besides Free software and Free culture, social justice is important to me. Right now I’m finishing up the Amarok Handbook, which has been a year-long project. During the recent Google Code-In project, I mentored quite a few […]

Interview with Silvia Bindelli

Elizabeth Krumbach: Please tell us a little about yourself. Silvia Bindelli: I’m Silvia Bindelli, I’m 27 years old. I was born and spent my childhood in Verona (the city of Romeo and Juliet!), Italy, but I currently live in Milan. I’m a computer engineer and I work in the IT Department of a fashion company, […]

Improving Diversity at UDS

The Ubuntu Developer Summit is our twice-yearly event in which the Ubuntu community gets together to discuss, design, and plan the work for the next release of Ubuntu. It is an important staple in the Ubuntu calendar, and we meet next in May in Budapest, Hungary. We always try to make UDS a welcome and […]

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