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SG Geek Girls – Calling for speakers in 2014!

Thank you everyone for attending all our events in 2013! We’ve had a great year and we’re very excited about 2014!   The SG Geek Girls platform has always been to encourage more females in the technology industry to come forward, share and learn from each other. In 2013 we had 7 very awesome ladies share about their work and we’re looking for even more ladies this year!   If you’d like to share something valuable to share with the rest of the community, just sign up as a speaker with us and we’ll get in touch with you! Sign up here:   We’re flexible topic-wise! (Have an opinion on Bitcoins? Built a new Javascript library? Want to share about how you learnt how to code? Come share it with the rest of us!)

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The Best Career Advice Ever

This is a guest post by Huifen, who is a lawyer, currently pursing her masters in law at Edinburgh University. She writes about technology and law at On 21 Nov, I attended a careers masterclass organised by the Saltire Foundation at Edinburgh University. It was one of the best classes I’ve ever attended. I’ll like to share some learning points here. The speaker, Dr Suzanne Doyle-Morris, spoke honestly about how women can succeed in male-dominated fields. This is her professional area of research. However, I took away great advice applicable to all, regardless of gender or stage of their career. It also applies to people working for themselves or building a startup. 1. No one will ever care more about your career/ growth than you yourself. This seems like such a truism, yet I saw many in the audience nodding along with me when Dr Doyle-Morris said this. In our working lives, we often think that hard work and results alone will naturally bring accolades and promotions. Or that one’s line manager or HR …

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SG Geek Girls Meetup – Anatomy of a UX Practitioner

SG Geek Girls Meetup – Anatomy of a UX Practitioner (the user research edition) Why are user experience practitioners able to translate user problems to usable design? Do they have bionic sensing abilities? What is the magical blend of traits and temperaments that makes a great UX-er? Samantha Yuen interviewed 20 UX practitioners, researchers and ethnographers worldwide and uncovers some surprises that may cause you to re-evaluate your assumptions about the profession. She will also share her process for this study – from designing questions to identifying insights. Expect an interactive session – boys welcome too! (Bring a girl along!) Date: 7 Nov 2013 Time: 7PM – 830PM Venue: The Co, 75 High Street Speaker for this Meetup: Samantha Yuen Pork fat fireworks in your mouth. The unexpected pleasure of an oozy deep-fried egg. Why shouldn’t our digital experiences be as memorable? Like a great chef, Sam is on a quest to hone her craft and be of the team that serves up a feast for the senses.   Currently Regional UX Researcher and team …

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Geek Squad Drills – Design for Mobile

Geek Squad Drills: Designing for Mobile is an introductory course that will equip you with an understanding of an flat app design. + The fundamentals of designing for mobile + Workflow specific for working with mobile design + Non-destructive editing + How to create a page from wireframe to mockup + Getting glyph icons right + Slicing assets for mobile developers + Tips and tricks to speed up your workflow. + Working on iOS templates, as well as tips for Android. + What resources are available if you’d like to continue self-learning (and we think you will!)   Is this workshop for you? This workshop is for developers, designers and entrepreneurs who want to design a successful app. To be able to benefit the most from this class, you need to have a copy of Adobe Photoshop CS6 (and above) and a basic knowledge of this program. Without basic understanding of it, this class might move too quickly for you. Is this workshop for you?     REGISTER NOW!   What you will need to …

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Geek Squad Drills: HTML & CSS (2nd edn)

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Echelon 2013 is coming!

  Echelon is coming! If you’re not already familiar with this annual tech and startup conference, Echelon is a 2 day conference organized by local tech blog E27. Happening from 4-5th June 2013. It features many industry leaders, leading investors and business mentors sharing their experience and knowledge to discuss trends in digital, mobile, the internet and where Asia’s tech industry is headed. A quick look at their speakers:     SG Geek Girls is pleased to be a media partner for Echelon 2013! Looking forward to seeing you there! You can buy tickets and register here.

Fun and Laughter at Let’s Go Innovate!

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The first ever Singapore Geek Girls event — girls, guys, and geeks galore

  This is a edited version of the original blogpost by Zane Kripe, a PhD student at the Leiden University Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology. Zane is currently researching geek culture in South East Asia (Singapore, Indonesia) and explores what it means to be a geek in the region.       On 7th January, I had a wonderful opportunity to take part in the first Singapore Geek Girls meetup organized by Joyce Huang and Mingfei Yan. Being a girl myself I am very interested in what it means to be a geek girl in Singapore and I was extremely lucky to arrive in Singapore right on time for it. I believe it was two months ago that the idea of the group was born and it apparently addresses a hot spot here in Singapore, as more than 30 people gathered in the cozy Group Therapy Coffee on a Saturday afternoon. It wasn’t a girls-only event and we had six guys who seemed to feel rather comfortable amongst dozens of cheerful and excited …