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Sitting in the (NCWIT) Red Chair celebrating Women in Tech

If I haven’t mentioned it before, I’d like to remind you that I am a Tech babe for life!  For years I honed my skills as a programmer (certified by Java and Oracle) while employed by some of the best companies in the world. 314 more words

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women in open source: revisited

The other day, I posted some thoughts capturing a conversation that happened in the illumos community over the weekend. If you missed it, head over first to  183 more words


Noticing when the glasses fall off

Although I am now a user experience designer with the Yale Student Developers, and have always seen myself as a very user-centred person – whether I’m programming or drawing a magazine cover – I haven’t been doing this quite long enough that this way of thinking is  965 more words

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the illumos number that bothers me (and what we need to do about it)

I just got back late last night from Surge 2014 and illumos Day, which immediately followed Surge the next day. There were some great talks going on, which I’m sure I’ll also be writing about. 683 more words


Women in Tech: Where are We Going?

The contentious issue of women in ICT was our focus of discussion for the past two weeks. Companies (and countries) around the globe are still struggling to get gender parity in many industry sectors, least of which ICT. 523 more words


Women In Technology

On the 26th of March, I had the opportunity to attend an amazing panel called Women In Tech, which was held by Tech in Motion… 861 more words