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Gloria Townsend, professor at Depauw University, talks about the benefits of the smaller, regional Grace Hopper Celebrations and how to encourage students to pursue technical majors.

Thanks to Cody Whitesell and Ruby Shuz.

What a Web We Weave: Enhancing Conferences with an Online Community. This Lightning Talk was given by Ashley at the Indiana Women in Computing (InWic) conference.

You can find Ashley online right here, on Twitter, @OrganizeFish, and at her blog.

Thanks to Cody Whitesell and Ruby Shuz.

Getting all packed for Grace Hopper in Atlanta!

To see what exactly I packed, check out the notes on this photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/edonahue/5030618015/

Telle Whitney, CEO and President of ABI, tells us what the Anita Borg Institute is and what ABI is doing for social good, the theme of GHC09.

Thanks to Cody Whitesell and Ruby Shuz.

Sue Dorward tells us why women leave IT jobs in industry and what can be done to combat this phenomenon. Thanks to Cody Whitesell and Ruby Shuz.

Erin Chapple, Group Program Manager for Windows Server at Microsoft, talks about Technical Mentorship and Sponsorship. Thanks to Cody Whitesell and Ruby Shuz.

Diane Curtis of Microsoft tells us, well our viewers, what the Imagine Cup is. Find out more at www.imaginecup.com or www.imaginecup.us for students in the US.

Thanks to Cody Whitesell and Ruby Shuz.

Rebecca Norlander of Microsoft talks about the super powers involved in being a person of influence.

Thanks to Cody Whitesell and Ruby Shuz.

Wiki notes for Becoming a Person of Influence (workshop): http://community.anitaborg.org/wiki/index.php/Workshop_-_A_Person_of_Influence.
Wiki notes for Becoming a Person of Influence (panel): http://community.anitaborg.org/wiki/index.php/Panel_-_A_Person_of_Influence_-_In_Real_Life
Official GHC blog post for Becoming a Person of Influence: http://ghcbloggers.blogspot.com/2009/09/jo-miller-session-becoming-person-of.html

Valarie Bubb Fenwick of Sun Microsystems explains what open source is and her role as a developer on the Open Solaris project.  She also blogs at http://blogs.sun.com/bubbva/.

Thanks to Cody Whitesell and Ruby Shuz.

Wiki notes for Open Source Community Development: http://community.anitaborg.org/wiki/index.php/Open_Source_Community_Development
Official GHC blog posts for Open Source Community Development:

http://ghcbloggers.blogspot.com/2009/10/ghc09-open-source-community-development.html

http://ghcbloggers.blogspot.com/2009/10/technical-track-open-source-community.html

Deirdre Straughan and Teresa Giacomini, both with Sun Microsystems, discuss growing the community behind the OpenSolaris Open Source project.

Thanks to Cody Whitesell and Ruby Shuz.


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