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Recap: Getting to Grips with Algorithms! (cue mighty roar)

September 20th, 2012  by Anna Starasts
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As soon as I walked up the stairs in the TinEye offices on Queen Street East, it smelled overwhelmingly of grilled cheese. Right then, I knew Getting to Grips with Algorithms! (cue mighty roar) was going to be a great event. Not only did the TinEye crew deliver a fantastic spread of snacks (gourmet grilled […]

Sketchnotes from Adventures in Arduino

Sketchnote recap: Adventures in Arduino

August 17th, 2012  by Sacha Chua
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Wearable computing artist Erin Lewis, SenseBridge entrepreneur Eric Boyd, and Site 3 co-founder Alex Leitch shared their Arduino-based projects with a crowd of around thirty women at the Girl Geeks Toronto event on August 13, 2012. Erin started by introducing the different kinds of Arduino boards that are out there. She brought a few different […]

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I scream. You scream. We all scream for SCREENS.

August 16th, 2012  by Caroline McGregor
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Last year I had the great fortune of attending FITC’s two day event SCREENS, thanks to the ticket I won from presenter Ryan Creighton, founder of Untold Entertainment. Thanks again, Ryan! SCREENS is a conference that focuses on developing for mobile, tablets, and everything related. It’s happening September 27-28, 2012 at the Metro Toronto Convention […]

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You got the love, we got the love.

May 14th, 2012  by webmistress
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We just want you to know that in spite of the evidence, we never lost that lovin’ feeling. We just kinda mislaid it. BUT we’re bringing back the love for 2012! So, forgive the gap in posts. The committee has been reincarnated (sort of) and below is one perspective of what it means to girl-geek. I […]

TGGD #20 – Jenny Bullough & Heather Leson – November 15, 2010

November 9th, 2010  by webmistress
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Sign up on Meetup.com Connect with Toronto Girl Geeks after work on Monday November 15. Our featured speakers are Heather Leson and Jenny Bullough. Heather and Jenny are both having incredible times working in two fascinating areas of technology. Heather is working within the CrisisCommons community – both locally and globally. CrisisCommons is an incredible community using […]

Don’t Miss Geek Toronto Social Technology unConference Event this Weekend

October 20th, 2010  by webmistress
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FREE GEEK TORONTO STAGES IT’S 1ST SOCIAL TECHNOLOGY unCONFERENCE ‘SOCIALTECHCAMPTORONTO’ as part of OPEN SOURCE WEEK 2010 On Saturday October 23, 2010 Free Geek Toronto will be hosting SocialTechCampToronto on the 7th floor of the OISE building at 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto. Ontario. The event is a gathering of individuals and groups who are […]

TGGD Organizer’s Meetup – October 5, 2010

September 29th, 2010  by webmistress
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We need volunteer organizers to take over running Toronto Girl Geek Dinner events. If you’re able to make the commitment to be an organizer (~ 10 hours/month between October 2010 – June 2011), please sign up and come out to a TGGD Organizer’s Meetup at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday October 5, 2011 at 20 Maud […]

TorontoGirlGeekDinners.ca – Reset

September 20th, 2010  by webmistress
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That’s right. I’m hitting the reset button on TorontoGirlGeekDinners.ca. We had hosting issues over the summer, so I migrated  our website to WordPress. Unfortunately, the import didn’t pull through the names of the authors with the posts. In fact, they all came across with my name. I am certainly not the author of all the […]

Toronto Girl Geek Dinners is migrating

August 30th, 2010  by webmistress
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Bear with us please. We had a significant issue with our hosting provider and have recently migrated to WordPress. Stay tuned for an updated site and events for fall 2010.

Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day!

March 24th, 2010  by webmistress
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The Toronto Girl Geek Dinner community is full of amazingly talented geeks, technologists, developers, web designers, engineers, social media knowledge workers, technology innovators, technology entrepreneurs and the very internet savvy. Today we honour you: each of our presenters and our attendees. This community shines because of your effort to share your knowledge and experience. Happy […]