Women in IT – The final frontier?

First and foremost I have to say I feel very privileged to be writing for Girly Geekdom, especially considering I’m a boy! Never one to shy away from controversy, I thought I’d jump right in and talk about an area I’m comfortable with, Women in IT. Working within the marketing department for a global IT Training Company I’m surrounded … Read more

About Ed Jones

Ed Jones works for Firebrand Training as a Technical Writer and Head of Content Creation. A self-professed geek, he enjoys DIY (aka wrecking) on his PC whilst chasing after all the latest gadgets.

Calling all Lady and Lord Geeks in the gaming industry!

LadyGeekCalling all Lady and Lord Geeks in the gaming industry!

Job Title: Game Programmer
Company Name: Lady Geek – on behalf of a high profile games company
Salary: Freelance contract. Daily rate depends on experience
Location: Central London

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About Sarah Lamb

Sarah is a freelance writer with a masters degree in Computer Science. Sarah writes about innovation, technology and social media. She has a keen interest in gender diversity with the IT sector and founded Girl Geek Dinners in 2005

Jobs: LAMP Developer

LadyGeekJob Title: LAMP Developer
Company Name: Lady Geek – on behalf of exciting start up
Salary: Depends on experience
Location: North London

Job & Person Spec
An exciting London based start up is looking for LAMP developers to work on the server-side of a new IOS / Android application launching soon.

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About Sarah Lamb

Sarah is a freelance writer with a masters degree in Computer Science. Sarah writes about innovation, technology and social media. She has a keen interest in gender diversity with the IT sector and founded Girl Geek Dinners in 2005

Job: Junior Office Manager

LadyGeek
Company Name: Lady Geek
Salary: Depends on experience
Location: Highgate, North London

Job & Person Spec
We are looking for someone who is super organised, has excellent attention to detail, good energy and is familiar with Google Documents and WordPress.

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About Sarah Lamb

Sarah is a freelance writer with a masters degree in Computer Science. Sarah writes about innovation, technology and social media. She has a keen interest in gender diversity with the IT sector and founded Girl Geek Dinners in 2005

Job: Junior PR/Social Manager

LadyGeekCompany Name: Lady Geek
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Highgate, North London

Job & Person Spec
We want someone who is creative, resourceful, has good energy and is relentless when it comes to getting the job done.

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About Sarah Lamb

Sarah is a freelance writer with a masters degree in Computer Science. Sarah writes about innovation, technology and social media. She has a keen interest in gender diversity with the IT sector and founded Girl Geek Dinners in 2005

Job: Project Manager – Global Gaming Company

Job Title: Project Manager Company Name: Lady Geek – on behalf of global gaming company Salary: Negotiable Location: North West/Liverpool Job & Person Spec To be responsible for managing key aspects for the high profile academic programme of one of the world’s most successful gaming companies. Working directly into the Head of Academic Development, this … Read more

About Sarah Lamb

Sarah is a freelance writer with a masters degree in Computer Science. Sarah writes about innovation, technology and social media. She has a keen interest in gender diversity with the IT sector and founded Girl Geek Dinners in 2005

jobs: Intern Graphics Designer at Conjure [position filled]

Job Title: Intern Graphics Designer Company Name: Conjure Salary: Travel+Expenses Location: SW6, London Conjure is a leading digital agency creating mobile applications for national and international brands, including Channel 4, Smart Cars, Galaxy National Book awards and many more. From games to utilities we have a wide variety of apps under our belt. We’re looking … Read more

About Sarah Lamb

Sarah is a freelance writer with a masters degree in Computer Science. Sarah writes about innovation, technology and social media. She has a keen interest in gender diversity with the IT sector and founded Girl Geek Dinners in 2005