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#MeToo and being a woman in Technology

Where do I start? I never wanted to write this story and I’m going to ask for your patience if this blog isn’t as polished as I would normally do. 2,378 more words


When I was just hired, the project most people in the Uithoorn laboratory in the Netherlands were working on was the development and maintenance of DOS. 1,062 more words


How to be a role model part 3 - Father and daughter

I have a phantastic coach, who helps me outline my goals and frame the ghosts from the past. She encouraged me to share my personal story in this blog to inspire young women to pursue a technical career and never to give up no matter what roadblocks turn up. 844 more words


October Top-3 for new tech girls

Today on Riga TechGirls’ blog not about pumpkins and scary costumes, but about how not to be scared of coding and learning new things. Starting from today we will share useful educational articles, resources, and websites for those wanting to learn technology or polish their IT skills. 40 more words


No coding required for these top tech jobs

(Courtesy of Jax Biz Women)

Women who want a high-paying tech job should learn to code, right?

Not necessarily, says an executive at a business-to-business software review firm. 372 more words

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Beryl Waters, 'human computer'

I met Beryl Waters in London. It was at the London Science Museum, in the form of a sparse note informing me that she had donated a calculator in 1981. 741 more words


How to be a role model - continued (1)

In one week I received two requests to present to a group of technical professionals as a role model! One request came from my good friend Nnenna Elkins, one of the leaders of the Women in Technology initiative in IBM in the Nordics; the other request came from Paridhi Verma, the communication manager of our IBM Academy of Technology. 617 more words