Ada Lovelace Day – it’s all about the Stephs

When I signed up to participate in Ada Lovelace Day, I knew exactly who I was going to blog about: my friends Stephanie Booth (@stephtara on Twitter) and Stephanie Troeth (@sniffles on Twitter). It’s all about the name!

Seriously though, why these two women?

They are both very intelligent women working in technology, a field in which men are predominant, but that’s not exactly why they inspire me. What’s really important to me is that they’re passionate about what they’re doing, and they live their life the way they want. They both have a strength many men (and many women) don’t have. And it does take a lot of strength to follow a path that’s not always approved or understood by the majority of people.

So here’s to the Stephs!

~ by Stéphanie K. on March 24, 2009.

4 Responses to “Ada Lovelace Day – it’s all about the Stephs”

  1. Merci😀 I miss you! Come back and visit sometime🙂 xx

  2. […] plus sur le regard des hommes quand ils voient une femme se servir de quelque chose à la pointe de la technologie et du sentiment de menace diffus sur […]

  3. You’re welcome and I miss you too! Hope to be able to come to Mtl (or Barcelona) soon.:)

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