Women in Open Source: Take a Female Perspective

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2022-06-22 05:00:05

Today is March 8th, International Women's Day, a festival to celebrate women's important contributions and great achievements in different fields of society.

With a growing number of females taking interest and getting good at coding, women are playing an increasingly important role in the IT industry. Today, let's take a closer look at the stories of the female developers who contributed to or are developing the WasmEdge project, so as to see the perspectives of women in open source. Being Gen Y and Gen Z, they have a strong voice that helps encourage more women to participate in the open source community.

O3OI: My name is Chunyi Weng. I am currently a senior in Uni and have been working on WasmEdge for four months. What I mainly do now is the porting and application development of WasmEdge on the OpenHarmony operation system.

Atlas: I am Atlas. I participated in the development of WasmEdge in 2020. Now I work for a company in the Web3 field. My job now is mainly… programming.

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