Category Archives: women in technology

Women in IT. Is the tide finally turning?

Regular readers will know that I have written long and often about the shortage of women in technology and what needs to be done to attract a more balanced workforce. So I was taken by surprise when interviewing a recent … Continue reading

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To encourage more women into engineering, find a role-model who won’t take no for an answer

It was International Women’s Day on Sunday and the BBC marked the occasion by inviting a woman to present Match of the Day. I strongly suspect that Gary will be back at the weekend. Meanwhile, in North Korea, Kim Jong-il … Continue reading

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The women STEM shortage thing – am I repeating myself?

I find myself having more Sisyphus moments as the years go by. It seems that every month now, I push some metaphorical boulder up that sodding hill only to see it rolling back to where it started. It’s been called … Continue reading

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Changing the marketing message for women in Technology

When I hear someone in work talking about passion, ingenuity and creativity, I naturally assume I’m talking to someone from the BBC. Well I’m not. I’m talking to Shilpa Shah who is passionate about her job in Technology with business … Continue reading

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