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Leading the revolution with robots: Marita Cheng

It’s not everyday one gets to present a tech talk to a plane full of people on a flight from Sydney to San Fran.

Marita Cheng, 2012 Young Australian of the Year, was selected as one of four noteworthy individuals in the scientifc community to explore how her robots could significantly change the lives of people all over the world. 299 more words

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Women in the Workplace

Fran O’Sullivan, General Manager of IBM GBS Global Operations, has been with IBM for over 35 years. As a woman working in technology, we asked her to share insights and experience on how her job at IBM has helped her find fulfillment in both her personal and professional life. 467 more words

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Gender Balance Hack: Develop Empathy for Women

A person who has gone a number of years not allowing himself to experience his feelings, cannot adequately practice the concept of empathy.

~ Ugo Uche…

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Meet one half of the masterminds behind Canva: Melanie Perkins

From university tutoring to creating a multi-million dollar graphics design business

A career arising from interests in technology never looked so beautiful. Melanie Perkins, co-founder of Canva and serial entrepreneur, started Canva with her long term partner Cliff Obrecht, after the difficulty she had with teaching others to use graphics design software. 482 more words

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Women in Tech: Making Sense of Security: The Beginning

You’ve heard people say that coding is the new literacy, right?

There’s a power shift happening rapidly in our society, from those without computer literacy to those with it. 293 more words

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Gender Bias in Tech: The Cycle of Socialization

I got home from my trip to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Saturday and I’m feeling pulled in a thousand exciting directions. It’s like sitting down to a feast and wanting to devour everything all at once. 326 more words

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Trendy Techie's Guide to the Grace Hopper Celebration

The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is the Mecca for women in technology. Taking place in Houston this year, GHC will attract 15,000 attendees for three days jam-packed with hundreds of technical sessions, career talks, company events, and research presentations from technology’s most prominent thought leaders. 1,625 more words

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