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Final Voting to Take Place for the Red Hat International Women in Open Source Academic Awards 2017

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After having completed two initial rounds, the final voting round is now open for the Red Hat International Women in Open Source Academic Awards 2017.  The final online voting round will occur until March 6, 2017.

Jigyasa Grover tells us that she been nominated as a finalist in the competition that recognizes the contributions and differences women are making in open source communities.

Jigyasa’s many contributions span various organizations and projects via FOSSASIA; Pharo/Smalltalk; the European Smalltalk Users Group (ESUG); Hashkat, Women Who Code; Google Developers Group; Learn IT Girl!; and various tech stints in Canada, Europe, Singapore and India.

Jigyasa would very much appreciate your votes.

For more details, please click here, and to vote, click here.

We wish Jigyasa the best of luck.