Thursday, February 25, 2016

Meet the panel for our Women who Code event

We are pleased to announce a stellar panel for our "Women who Code" event.


Rachel Evans

Principal Software Engineer, BBC Digital Platform (iPlayer)

Software engineer, team leader and system administrator with a strong interest in security, design and performance. Last year my team is successfully reinvented the back end of BBC iPlayer to run in the Cloud, for increased reliability, flexibility, and predictable costs. Now we are building on that success, by reducing costs and increasing performance. 



Emili Evripidou

Information Security Manager, Deloitte 

Emili is a Manager within Deloitte’s Cyber Risk Services practice. Emili has practical experience in projects across multiple sectors and has worked with many of the UK and Europe’s largest organisations. Emili is a co-founder and director of the Women in Security group that aims to raise the profile of women in the security industry by providing participation, networking and training opportunities. 
She has spoken at Infosecurity Europe and Secure London, as well as writing for a number of security publications and presenting on webcasts.

Diana Bang

Senior Manager, decoded

Diana Bang leads the innovation work at Decoded, working with global clients to define digital transformation strategies, creating programs to envision them and facilitating Decoded workshops.
After starting to code herself, she realised technology was something everyone should understand to be better equipped to excel in a digital economy. Prior to working at Decoded Diana’s background was in fashion marketing, and she holds a Masters in Strategic Marketing specifically focusing on beacon technology in retail.


Laura Hampson 

Front End developer, Digital Detox

Laura is front end developer from Dublin. Having come to the UK to complete an MA in Web Design, she found herself more interested in the code behind the pixels. She has spent the last three years working as a front end developer for Digital Detox, a boutique dev house in South London. In this time she has worked on a range of projects including in-house product development, rapid prototyping, and building component libraries for large enterprise companies. She relishes the opportunity to learn new skills on every project, and lives up to the Irish stereotype of drinking too much.

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