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#WomeninSTEM: A celebration

Today is International Day of Women and Girls in Science, and women in tech is a subject we’ve covered a lot here at IDG Connect. It started with a report back in 2013 [pdf] on why there was a shortage of women in the IT industry, but it’s a subject we’ve returned to regularly.

In celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, here’s a roundup of our related stories from the last year:

 

Is sexism really worse in tech?

How maternity leave helped make me a better developer

Why do we need more women in IT?

7 things you should know about Ada Lovelace

IBM’s Anjul Bhambhri on Spark, women in tech, and Watson

Sub-Saharan Africa: Highest female entrepreneurship rate globally

Diversity vs. class in UK’s startup scene

Microsoft: We can’t leave half of Europe’s talent in the dark ages

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