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8 Reasons We Need More Women in Technology

Kimberly Bryant was introduced to computer programming as a college freshman. In those days, Apple Macintosh was a newbie and FORTRAN and Pascal were the popular languages. 796 more words

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What's it all about, Phythonistas?

You are here because you’re a woman who wants to learn your first object oriented programming language.

Welcome!

My name is Lauren Kinsey and I’m an advocate for gender diversity in technology. 147 more words

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Making Women in Tech Visible

If we meet a woman engineer, its like finding a Unicorn.

Watching a video on women founders looking for technical co-founders, that line stood out. I am a woman engineer and a founder of an ed-tech company.

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Apple hired 11,000 female employees over the last 12 months

Apple has updated its breakdown of employee demographics, first reported in August of last year. And while the needle hasn’t budged much—at least percentage-wise—the company says it has hired more diverse candidates in the past 12 months than in any other year. 482 more words

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Here's a bit of inspiration

Hello, Relevant Readers,

I won’t even start with a mea culpa, we all know the skinny: life intervenes. What is that saying? “Life happens when you’re busy making other plans.” Many moments, the impulse arrives to write and then just pulses on past. 171 more words

Boldness & Creativity, Drivers of Success For Women

In recognition of my passion for supporting and promoting the advancement of women in business and technology, and of my leadership role in this capacity within our firm, I was asked by Isabelle Roux-Chenu Founder Women@Capgemini and Group General Counsel to organize an event that would present a panel of women leaders discussing the importance of making bold choices to achieve success in business.  892 more words

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How Do We Close The Gender Gap in Technology?

Just about everywhere you look these days there’s another story about the gender gap which exists in the technology industry. News outlets often jump on flavor-of-the month topics, but this story is different in that real change is happening, with most of that change happening in tech start-ups, not only in Silicon Valley, but in other areas where tech is a growing industry. 741 more words

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