Serbian women chat
Serbian women chat
Recently, I had a chat with my friend who works for Google, mainly in eastern Europe.
But 50/50 M/F speaker lineups are not yet common even at western European tech conferences…Sometimes, @Women In Tech RS tweet funny stuff: Source — https://twitter.com/Women In Tech RS/status/378564544857399296/photo/1Dragana Djermanovic is a member of @Women In Tech RS, is not a hardworking woman but also mother to two daughters Jovana and Nikolina. She is a cofounder of Cyber City, currently based in Sofia, Bulgaria going through Eleven’s acceleration program.
Earlier this year, I was invited to Startup Live event in Novi Sad, Serbia.
Serbia is full of talented people and it it always good to go there. I learned a big lesson, I want to be a better person.
„After much debate, we decided on the energetic city of Belgrade.
It is a must-see location, is easily accessible, and the locals are very welcoming,“ said [email protected] In Tech RS organize meetings of women in tech community in Serbia that „salute coders, designers, developers, hardworkers“.
And the fact that the company’s CEO is a woman only proved that Serbian women can find their ways.
Tech industry, and not only in the CEE, is dominated by men.A few months ago, I made a stupid thing – I sent sexist messages to two women after a tech party in Berlin. But I was stupid not to say that loud also publicly later. The winner of the startup contest Startup Live in Novi Sad was In Shape.Mike Butcher of Techcrunch rightly wrote „being stupid and wrong is really no way to go through life“ in his article. The startup’s mission is to bring live, interactive, personalized workouts to anyone, anytime, anywhere.Recently, she interviewed Jessica Tams from Casual Connect, one of the biggest gaming conferences in the world.Casual Connect picked Belgrade as venue for its event in November when more than 800 game development experts and lovers will come.I deeply admire all who have courage to go throug such a change. And I found them…Zoja Kukic is a great networker in Serbia and freelance writer for Start IT.