Hannah Dee's home page
I'm a computer scientist who likes drawing and painting and parkrun (when it's allowed to happen!). I founded the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium, a one-day conference for women students of computing, and I'm a founder member of Scientists are Humans, an online magazine with the lofty aim of trying to make STEM more kind.
This is my personal homepage, which mostly consists of links to other things.
- My blog is a collection of short articles about mostly techy stuff.
- I wrote a random exercise plan generator which takes a list of exercise types, and the amount of time you have to spend on exercise each day, then generates a week's plan for you. The idea is it gives you an exercise plan which is varied, and hopefully stops you getting caught in a rut.
- The Android Programming Family Fun Day is a one-day bring-your-own-device workshop on building mobile phone apps for kids (and their parents). This is creative commons licensed, so if you want to adapt it for your own purposes, feel free. I haven't run this myself for a few years now, so it might be out of date, but if anyone wants to take it and run with it they'd be welcome.
- A page of exercises/demos for Pythagoras Day (5/12/13) which we used in a museum full of 8-year-olds.
Quicklinks: work homepage, official page, blog, github and insta.
I am also on Mastodon which is a federated social network - think "twitter" but not owned by any billionaires.