Category Archives: women in technology

Some publicity!

We’ve been busy with some publicity recently! Jess and Catherine were invited to speak to Cambridge 105 about the group; you can listen to the podcast online (we’re on from 11:40). The Software Sustainability Institute are running a women in tech blog … Continue reading

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The upside of working in tech

It’s great that there’s a lot of interest at the moment in what life’s like for women working in technology, with loads of suggestions for how things can be improved. But, we think there’s a lot of emphasis on the downside, … Continue reading

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Meet the Stemettes in March!

We’re pleased to invite you to a free event on Saturday March 29th, 2-5pm, hosted by Microsoft Research Cambridge in their offices just 2 minutes walk from the main train station. This panel event for girls aged 9+ will begin … Continue reading

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First event – data visualisation workshop!

Our first event was held at the grad pad cafe in the centre of town, attended by 10 women and 2 babies all keen to meet each other and find out about data visualisation. Looking at www.informationisbeautiful.net for inspiration, we played … Continue reading

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Why do we need a women in tech network?

Official figures show that 17% of all tech jobs in the UK are held by women (source,  @ladygeek) . ‘Jobs in technology‘ is a broad category, and unofficial estimates of the proportion of women in the most technical roles are lower. … Continue reading

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