GeekGirlCon hosted its first annual convention October 8-9, 2011 in Seattle. According to the event site, "GeekGirlCon is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting awareness of and celebrating the contribution and involvement of women in all aspects of the sciences, science fiction, comics, gaming and related Geek culture through conventions and events that emphasize both the historic and ongoing contribution and influence of women in this culture."
The TechRepublic gallery Seattle hosts the very first GeekGirlCon features photos of the Masquerade, the panels, kiddo attendees, and more. Here are two photos from our gallery.
Photo credit: leezypeezy via Flickr
Photo credit: OnceAndFutureLaura via Flickr
If you attended GeekGirlCon 2011, tell us if you had fun at the event and whether you'd recommend the con to your fellow geeks.Also read the Geekend posts: Geeky conventions not to miss in 2011 and Happy Ada Lovelace Day: Celebrating women in tech and science.
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