WiT Meetup November 2013

WiT Meetup November 2013

On Saturday November 30th, we made the last meetup of the year in offices Taller Technologies in Lima. Karen presented counting activities and achievements of Women in Technology in 2013 and plans for 2014 Rosa Maria presented a topic that inpires us much @ s: The leadership and participation of women in technology, during the presentation there were many moments of very interesting conversation, which it surprisingly enriched the meeting on opportunities for collaboration to because there are so few men involved in similar organizations WiT We had the visit of Pamela Canchanya and she told us about her experience during the past nearly seven months working at ThoughtWorks and the things that inspire and some points on how to keep that motivation as simply attend events of interest, share knowledge (part coaching in a workshop), search models roles and be in constant search of things to learn. Finally we present the Volunteer WiT Peru, which has as main objective to involve more stakeholders in the projects we have planned for 2014.   Thanks for joining! Photos by Jhoon We thank to Taller Technologies for the venue and...
First #DrupalChix in #dclima2013 by WiT Peru

First #DrupalChix in #dclima2013 by WiT Peru

On Saturday October 19, WiT Peru in collaboration with the Drupal community DrupalChix Peru held the first within the framework of Peru Drupal Camp 2013. Karen and Rosa Maria took the direction of the workshop which had a very interesting competition, we had communications professionals, lawyers and engineers and especially many girls \ o /. For most this workshop would be their first contact with Drupal, some had prior knowledge of CMS but the overall motivation was to know about Drupal and potential uses that could give you. Rosa Maria told us a little about the movement and immediately began DrupalChix an overview of the art of drupal to go familiarizing with certain terms. We spent the installfest, using Uniform Sever we could achieve lift our Web Server and start configuring Drupal in our private machines. Karen, began the practical workshop using the example of building a WIT website ;), during the workshop we saw things like themes, add modules, custom content types, menus and taxonomy As usual all WiT event has as closing activity is a retrospective, in which we contrast the expectations of the participants and organizers with what could really realize at the end of the event and also suggestions and comments to help us continuously improve ;) Resources: Rosa Maria’s Presentation Karen’s...