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R is for Repair

We are taking a break from writing about socially relevant topics to geek out a little. I was going to devote R to Racism, but every time I sat down to write about Racism, I got a stomach-ache. 407 more words

A To Z Challenge 2016

We Are In This Together

It has been an ah-ha week. I’ve been able to escape most of work and I’ve been attending Collaborate 2016. I’ve been learning immense amounts about Oracle. 236 more words

Women In Technology

Synergy bridges the gap in IT diversity.

International Women’s Day, March 8th, is observed by multiple countries across the globe to celebrate the efforts of women both in the home and in the work place. 581 more words

Information Technology

Spotlight on: women in IT

Women make up under 30% of the information and communications technology (ICT) workforce, and only 15.5% of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce. 505 more words


Making a Difference; Socitm ‘Women in IT’ Initiative for the Public Sector

Reposted with permission

I’m Nadira Hussain, Socitm (The representative body for Digital & Technology in Local Public Service) President 15/16. Socitm is for the benefit of all those who use  Digital & IT to deliver services for the public benefit. 952 more words

Nadira Hussain Women In IT Socitm

Women ROCKING it!!!

Few days ago, I came across one of my favourite kind of posts while researching online; a post on the leading women rocking IT- I like the sound of ‘rocking’!!! 585 more words

Information Technology

Do women write better code?

The BBC published an article Women Write Better Code a few days ago, based on some US research of GitHub statistics. It showed that, when no gender was known, code written by women was judged by the GitHub community to be better than code written by men.   476 more words