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  • Blog Post: Women Innovators Dinner: A Night full of Wisdom

    Last night we were privileged to attend the Women Innovators Dinner at the Marriot Times Square Ballroom in NYC. Allison Watson of Microsoft introduced the panel and gave some background on her career and her group—which is 50% female. Watson is a Corporate Vice President of the U.S. Marketing...
  • Blog Post: Technical Mom Picture Time: Send in Pics with O’Reilly Books

    O’Reilly is collecting pictures of Technical Moms for their O’Reilly Mother’s Day Page and discount.  Take a pic with your O’Reilly books and send it into press@oreilly.com .  They plan to post a picture page of technical mom’s with their books. Don’t forget to order your Mother’s Day O’Reilly...
  • Blog Post: First all girls team in the US Imagine Cup Finals

    I was excited to see Mary Jo Foley’s post about the All-women's team making the Imagine Cup contest finals   Ashley Myers, Erin “Ed” Donahue and Malisa Vongskul are working on Computer-Assisted Medication Regimen Adherence (CAMRA) and make up team MangoBunnies.  Their project: CAMRA “discreetly...
  • Blog Post: Alfred’s Monday Morning Links

    Alfred Thompson posts a set of links each week that are a great source of information.  A few of these that are particularly relevant, find the full article here or follow Alfred on Twitter . Got girls? Live in Texas? UT Austin has a girls tech camp called FirstBytes that is a summer outreach program...
  • Blog Post: Confessions of a Woman Developer: Microsoft, IBM, and Intel - the experience of one

    The black and blues of Intel, IBM, and Microsoft, surviving chips to bits without much bruising.  I’ve worked at 3 of the largest computer companies in the world and I wanted to share my experiences here with you.  Intel – a software person in a hardware world On my first day at Intel, I got...
  • 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: I’m a singer and I’m a PC

    When I lived in Columbus, I went to see Def Poetry Jam   where people passionately tell their story through poems they’ve written.  I’m not much of a poet, nonetheless, here’s my story. I’m a singer.  That’s right I sing, I’ve sung evensongs at cathedrals all across England and Scotland...
  • 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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