The women of Adafruit is what makes Adafruit, Adafruit! Pictured here – Mo, Chalisse, Noelle, Alisa, Josie, Jessie, Angel, T, Mariko, Limor ‘Ladyada’, Molly, Becky, Roxanne, Stella, Yarrow, Stephanie and Jessica. Not pictured – Alicia, Leia, Kelly, Mary and Rebecca! We’d also like to include Judy, Karen and Michelle who work closely with Adafruit! Thanks to all the wonderful women of Adafruit for your contributions every day and the amazing work you do!
This concludes Adafruit’s coverage of Ada Lovelace day. We hope you were inspired, intrigued, excited, and enthralled by all the awesome women featured on the blog today. Adafruit is devoted to women’s equality in all things and we are proud of our smart and talented team of women who represent our company every day. Happy Ada Lovelace day! See you next year!
October 14th is Ada Lovelace Day! Today the world celebrates all of the accomplishments of women in science, art, design, technology, engineering, and math. Each year, Adafruit highlights a number of women who are pioneering their fields and inspiring women of all ages to make their voices heard. Today we will be sharing the stories of women that we think are modern day “Adas”. We will also be referencing women from history that have made impacts in science and math. Please promote and share #ALD14 with your friends and family so we can promote and share with all of the world wide web!
Today everything in the Adafruit store is 10% off, just use the code ALD14 on checkout! Today’s the perfect day to spark the imagination of a future “Ada” with a gift from the Adafruit store!
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