I’ve just registered to attend the 2nd Annual Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference on 16th March 2015. I may presenting a poster or even giving talk. My submitted abstract is below: Life on the Edge (Network) The internet has abandoned the end-to-end principles on which it was established. With IPv4 addresses depleted, devices are left behind […]
Good morning from sunny Mumbai. I’m here for the 2015 ACM SIGPLAN Programming Languages Mentoring Workshop (PLMW) and will be bring PLMW straight to you with a live blog over at syslog.
Some of the women at the computer lab (myself included) will be doing 2 minute madness this Sunday at 12:30 and 2:30 at this event at the Centre for Computing History The Centre for Computing History is the venue for the Freudian Slips production which celebrates the considerable contribution of women to Computer Science. The […]
A 3 item reading list for new PhD students How to get a PhD – recommended to me by a friend, I am around a third of the way through this book has greatly exceeded my expectations. Though not specific to computer science, it is specific to the british system which is vital. So long, […]
As of yesterday, I am officially enrolled as a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, Computer Lab. The upcoming week is packed with inductions and socials but I can’t wait to get going on with my research.
I’m at the airport ready to set off to this years ICFP 2014 and it is set to be better than ever. Leo and I will be liveblogging over at syslog and I can’t to see you guys there.
I am fortunate enough to attend ICFP, CUFP and OCaml2014 again this year. Like last year, I’ve been accepted as a student volunteer so I’ll be running up and down with a microphone in front of hundreds of people again. Jeremy is kindly maintaining a list of this years accepted papers. I can’t wait to […]
As of Wednesday, I officially hold a BA in Computer Science. Now that the days of lectures and supervisions are up, I am in week 2 of 10, of an internship working on an education game for the Raspberry Pi. Our open-world game teaches 11/12 years old python programming through a combination of guided challenges and independent […]
I am now officially 21 years old and also the owner of this cool, Wacom Bamboo Pen Graphics Tablet from Amazon