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Lotte Johansen, improving UX for everyone with web accessibility

Web accessibility has been a part of Norwegian law and regulations since 2013. With new updates to the legislation being set in motion this fall, accessibility is once again on the ag...

In profile, Aug 27, 2019

Christin Gorman, the voice of reason in the public sector digitization process

Having coded for more than two decades, Christin Gorman today works as a programmer at Kodemaker, where she’s been for the last 3.5 years. Gorman became known in the Norwegian Java co...

In profile, Jul 11, 2019

Runa Sandvik applies security to the world of journalism

Runa Sandvik is Senior Director of Information Security at The New York Times, where she has been 3.5 years. Even before this impressive role she had contributed professionally both n...

In profile, Jul 10, 2019

Linda Sandvik co-founded the UK-based Code Club

Back in April 2012, over a few beers at the pub, Linda Sandvik (frontend developer) and Clare Sutcliffe (user experience designer) bought a domain and quickly put up a website asking ...

In profile, Jul 10, 2019

Cathrine Wilhelmsen MVP for the fifth time

Cathrine Wilhelmsen was awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for the fifth time in the category Data Platform. She was joined by Ida Bergum who was awarded the...

In profile, Jul 02, 2019

My Child Lebensborn received BAFTA

The game My Child Lebensborn from the Norwegian Sarepta Studio received the 2019 Game Beyond Entertainment Award from BAFTA (British Academy Games Awards). The award was received by t...

In profile, Apr 04, 2019

Veronica K. B. Olsen, Physicist and Research Fellow at CERN, receives her PhD at UiO

Veronica K. B. Olsen successfully defended her PhD dissertation at UiO today. The dissertation, with the title Beam Loading in a Proton Driven Plasma Wakefield Accelerator, is based o...

In profile, Feb 25, 2019

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In techwomen, Jul 02, 2019

Ada Lovelace Day

“The more I study, the more insatiable do I feel my genius for it to be.” – Ada Lovelace (1815 – 1852)

In techwomen, Jul 02, 2019