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By: Lina Maditsi | January 17, 2019

Unsung heroes, tech enthusiasts, great minds: all women who contributed to the tech sector and made an impact. 

In this second part of the Women in Tech, we will present some of the biggest female names who made an impact within the tech sector and influence the way society is today. 

Evelyn Berezin

After graduating from New York University in 1945 with a degree in physics, Evelyn Berezin became interested in the computer industry. It was only 1962 when Berezin built a computerized booking system for United Airline, the first system back then of its kind. 

During Berezin’s era, opportunities for women within the computer industry were limited. However, this did not stop Berezin as she decided to found her own company as a way to ...

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By: Lina Maditsi | December 25, 2018

At Coderus we dug deep and found some eye-popping innovations for the twelve Days of Christmas. They may not be widely known yet, but they are gadgets that the team thought looked the most interesting.

Is there a better way to celebrate Christmas and express your love to your friends and family, than by offering them thoughtful tech gifts? 

In this article we present 12 gadgets that made it to our final Coderus Christmas list, plus one more suggestion that made it to the top as the ultimate Coderus suggestion 

But let’s start, shall we?


1. Twinkly App controlled Christmas lights

Christmas lights reinvented! What a stocking filler! The Twinkly smart decorations company creates sets of Christmas tree lights and pre-lit trees that y...

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By: Lina Maditsi | December 13, 2018

Photo taken by Andrew Rockfort

Autonomous vehicles, driverless and connected cars all have the same definition: a vehicle capable of navigating itself without human input. The idea is to reduce or completely exclude human interaction with the car and create a system that will work in conjunction with all vehicles on the road. This will help to control traffic, improve emissions compliance, help the environment and reduce the number of accidents on the streets.


The connected world

The basic idea behind the autonomous technology is the usage of various sensors to monitor the vehicle’s position for navigation and detecting obstacles. They also have a number of Artificial Intelligence features, cameras and a wide range of radars. As machines are much better at following inst...

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By: Lina Maditsi | December 03, 2018

As a proud sponsor, Coderus attended the third continual year of the DevelopHER awards, hosted in Norwich.

An exceptional evening was spent celebrating and recognising women in tech. Four members of the Coderus team were there, not only to support but to be a part of the shared vision for gender equality in technology.

At the annual, non-profit award ceremony, that not only recognises but rewards the great achievements of women in the tech sector, the team were astonished by the inspirational talks from former winners and all their achievements over the past year. One of the talks that definitely stood out was Hazel Cottrell’s. Hazel runs her own successful business within the tech sector and she is heavily involved in giving back to the com...

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By: Lina Maditsi | November 15, 2018

It’s no secret that the tech sector is a male dominated world, but why? How do we fix the problem? The Coderus team look back at the history of women in tech as well as some more recent stats to work it out.

Ancient history

The person dubbed to be the first ever programmer was a woman. Her name was Ada Lovelace, and she was born in 1815. Her mother encouraged her to study hard at mathematics at a young age to deter her from becoming like her “insane” father - incidentally the poet Lord Byron - and not only did she love the subject, Lovelace was a genius. Despite living in a world where a woman could still not legally own property, let alone get a bachelor’s degree - intelligence was seen as “unfeminine” and even dangerous - she was recognise...

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