Following on from last episode we're moving from the realms of desktop computer to mobile computing with a discussion of mobile operating systems. How they work, how they differ, and what we think the future holds for them.
In this special episode of Octal FM we're joined by two guests to talk about alternative approaches to getting into the technology industry and software development. Specifically, we discuss what the organisation Code First: Girls is doing to increase the number of women in tech.
Code First: Girls is a not for profit social enterprise. Since 2013 they've delivered £4.2 million worth of free education to young women across the UK. Their purpose is to increase the number of women in tech.
Amali de Alwis is CEO of Code First: Girls. You can find her on Twitter at @amali_d.
Lizzie Cullen Davison is a full-stack developer at Pixie Labs and a volunteer Code First: Girls instructor. You can find her on Twitter at @emc_dav.
FYI Jalada also works at Pixie Labs.
Intro/outro music: JACKS – Runaway Fashion
In this episode we are joined by Elizabeth Chesters, a user experience consultant, human-computer interaction student, and software developer. We ask her about her job, what HCI is, and what's in store in the future for how we interact with our devices.