Programming The Future

As part of the next generation of developers Amy will be sharing her experience of how and why she got into programming, what she has planned for the future and why she feels it is important to get more people involved in coding.

Amy Mather

Amy mather

15 year old Amy Mather, a.k.a. MiniGirlGeek, has been making and coding for two years with the guidance and support of the community that she found at Manchester's MadLab and hackspace. Amy was the closing keynote speaker at the world's first Raspberry Jamboree event, speaking alongside Professor Steve Furber and Pete Lomas of the Raspberry Pi foundation. Amy also presented at the inaugural event RSA FutureMaker event at London's Somerset House, where she also ran a workshop introducing attendees to the world of sewable electronics.