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  • Blog Post: A Long Way From The Osborne

    Growing up, I distinctly remember how technology first made its appearance in my life and how it evolved over time. My dad used to bring home from work his ginormous Osborne computer in the 80s, with its black screen, green typeface and no GUI (I played a lot of Zork on that thing). Computers gradually...
  • Blog Post: Secrets to Success for Women in Tech

    Occasionally, I am asked for career advice. Now, I *definitely* don’t have it all figured out (I work from home, and there are days when I’m still wearing whatever I slept in until about 5 minutes before the school bus brings my kiddo home from school), but I have collected a few nuggets...
  • Blog Post: What I Wish My Younger Self Could See

    I can’t say there is one moment when I decided that I would go into technology. Growing up, I was one of the geekiest kids that I knew. When other girls were talking about popular bands in high school, I was listening to ripped tapes of video game music. When other girls were going on dates, I...
  • Blog Post: An Open Letter to Future Women in Tech

    My Fellow Women in Tech and future colleagues, Let me first state that this professional path, was never something I intended and definitely something I never planned. I wasn’t a programming prodigy unless mastering Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing counts. I didn’t take computer science in...
  • Blog Post: A Fish Out of Water: Being a Man at Grace Hopper

    Randy Guthrie blogs about being one of a few men at Grace Hopper: http://blogs.msdn.com/mis_laboratory/archive/2008/10/03/a-fish-out-of-water-1-300-women-technologists-5-men-at-the-2008-grace-hopper-conference.aspx
  • Blog Post: Confessions of a Woman Developer: 4 Steps to Navigate Grace Hopper

    Grace Hopper can be a bit jolting as a first-time attendee.  I first attended Grace Hopper as a senior in Computer Science and Engineering at Ohio State University .  I attended with two women I barely knew - Bettina Bair , a diversity leader at Ohio State, and Rebecca Fiebrink , a double major...
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