Join us as we celebrate the one-year anniversary of Bay Area Girl Geek
Dinners and kick-off of She's Geeky unconference with a Bay Area Girl Geek
Dinner on Thursday, January 29th, 2009. For Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #3,
we are going no-host and asking everyone to chip in $20 for dinner.
You must buy your ticket online by 3PM on Tuesday, January 27th -- NO
The first 200 women to register at
http://bayareagirlgeekdinner3.eventbrite.com/ will receive a Bay Area Girl
Geek Dinner mug! Everyone will get Girl Geek Dinner schwag -- registering
early wins you a shiny mug though.
5:30pm - 6:30pm: Check-in
6:30pm - 7:30pm: Dinner
7:30pm - 7:45pm: Introductions from women in tech groups represented
7:45pm - 9:30pm: Networking, including the opportunity to contribute to
session idea brainstorming for She's Geeky unconference
Get your ticket for Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #3 at
Never been to an unconference or camp? This one provides an amazing
opportunity to learn from a range of geeky women in a peer-to-peer
participant driven event. Check out proposed She's Geeky unconference
topics on the wiki, and have the opportunity to contribute your own session
ideas at the Girl Geek Dinner!
What happens at a She's Geeky unconference? Beginning at 9am each day, we
start with a blank wall and create a multi-track conference agenda that is
relevant and inspiring to everyone. Rooms are assigned to each topic and
participants attend sessions they are interested in. Notes from each
session are collected and a book is compiled with all the notes from the
conference and distributed to everyone who attends.
She's Geeky (January 30-31, 2009 at the Computer History Museum in
Mountain View) unconference tickets can be purchased for Friday or Saturday
or both days. Join She's Geeky Friday evening after the unconference for a
showing of a film about Ada Lovelace, the first programmer according to
Wikipedia. For more info and to register for She's Geeky, visit