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Recently a very terrible OpenSSL bug has been discovered that affects all Internet, the Heart Bleed bug. Fortunately, N-1 has not been affected because it has an older version of OpenSSL. Anyway we recommend that you change your email password and the passwords of the other services you are using.

16 de Octubre: Ada Lovelace day

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    con un día de retraso presentamos el día de Ada Lovelace... hemos estado liadas con la organización del Hackmeeting 2012 en Calafou y solo llegamos hoy. 

     

    About Ada Lovelace Day

    Ada Lovelace Day aims to raise the profile of women in science, technology, engineering and maths by encouraging people around the world to talk about the women whose work they admire. This international day of celebration helps people learn about the achievements of women in STEM, inspiring others and creating new role models for young and old alike.

    The inspiration for Ada Lovelace Day came from psychologist Penelope Lockwood, who carried out a study which found that women need to see female role models more than men need to see male role models. “Outstanding women can function as inspirational examples of success,” she said, “illustrating the kinds of achievements that are possible for women around them. They demonstrate that it is possible to overcome traditional gender barriers, indicating to other women that high levels of success are indeed attainable.”

    The day begins in Kiribati, the easternmost country in the world, and continues for a mindbending 50 hours, ending in American Samoa. Ada Lovelace Day is on 16th October 2012 and we encourage you to talk about women in stem that you admire and add your story to our directory so that others can find and read it.

    Who’s Ada?

    Ada Lovelace is widely held to have been the first computer programmer. Close friends with inventor Charle Babbage, Lovelace was intrigued by his Analytical Engine and in 1842, she translated a description of it by italian mathematician Luigi Menabrea. Babbage asked her to expand the article, “as she understood [it] so well”, and this was when she wrote several early ‘computer programs’. Ada Lovelace died of cancer at 36, her potential tragically unfulfilled. Learn more about Ada…

    You can also explore some of the primary documents by or about Ada that are online.