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Does Being The Only Woman Matter?

I was the only woman in my class.

Did it matter?

I’m sure everyone would like me to say “no”.

After all, nobody threw rocks at me or pulled my pigtails. 572 more words

Coding Bootcamp

Dipping Toes, Diving In

I’m an archivist, at heart.

I keep email threads, text messages.  I take a lot of screen shots.  I like being able to look back (and forward, then back again, then forward) to track where I once was, where I thought I’d be, where I finally ended up, and how I got there.   954 more words

Beginnings

Changing the marketing message for women in Technology

When I hear someone in work talking about passion, ingenuity and creativity, I naturally assume I’m talking to someone from the BBC. Well I’m not. I’m talking to Shilpa Shah who is passionate about her job in Technology with business advisory firm Deloitte. 1,101 more words

Recruitment

STEM Conference Aims To Encourage Women And Minorities

Nerds of the world, unite. Unless you’re a minority or a female, that is.

The science and technology industry is overwhelmingly white and male, and the… 1,412 more words

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Pay raise philosophy for women in technology, according to Microsoft CEO

I’ll keep it short.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, when asked what advice he would give young women in the tech industry regarding asking for a pay raise, offered this: 196 more words

Musings

Karma

Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s New CEO in his 87th week made his first gaffe. He did it in a room he shouldn’t have to a an audience he shouldn’t have and he got burned for it. 608 more words

Commentary

YOUR KARMA RAN OVER MY PAYCHECK

“It’s not really about asking for a raise, but knowing and having faith that the system will give you the right raise.”

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, explaining how wishing and hoping will take care of the gender gap in pay, ReadWrite, 9 October 2014

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