I guide the next generation of geeks
on their way to becoming professional web developers.
Open Source, Creative Commons, ...
Like everybody, I profit from the open source movement: I use Linux and Apache, Ruby and Perl, Wikipedia and Open Street Maps daily.
I try to contribution to the commons: as an author on wikipedia, open street map, and by publishing my teaching materials under a creative commons license.
Women in Technology
I'm a woman in computer science, I enjoy it very much, I try to encourage other women to enter this field.
Since 1999 I'm a participant of informatica feminale, a summer university for women in computer science held annualy at Bremen University.
In 2004 we founded a similar summer university in Salzburg: ditact. Here I am a lecturer, a member of the board, and the programmer of the web-application (in ruby on rails).
For more projects of this kind see the Geek Feminism Wiki.
Division of labour is a great invention. I'm not a designer, but some of my best friends are ;-)
This webdesign is a (simplified) fork of Alexander Kohlhofers design.
Get in touch
|Work Email:||brigitte.jellinek at fh-salzburg.ac.at|
|Private Email:||me at brigitte-jellinek.at|
FH Salzburg, Puch Urstein