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What We Owe Each Other: Bravery Instead of Perfection

Over the summer, I viewed a Ted Talk by Reshma Saujani on teaching girls to...

Conferences, Professional Development, Women in Technology

Owning Your Imposter Syndrome

When we talk about imposter syndrome, we are discussing the doubt of your successes and...

careers, Women in Technology

Three Things I Learned at the Women in Tech Mid-Atlantic Conference

What do I do when I discover a conference, with technical and professional development content,...

inclusion, Women in Technology

Moving Beyond Gender Diversity: How GHC Challenges Intersectionality in the Tech World

Intersectionality And Grace Hopper Celebration It’s no secret that women are the minority in the...

Women in Technology

The ABC’s of Getting Girls to Love Technology

When you look at the field of technology many are keen to point out the...

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The Tables Have Turned – at Grace Hopper 2016

Can you name one popular woman engineer who has made a significant impact on computing?...

Software Development, Training, Women in Technology

It’s Okay to Be Different

Having different ideas and opinions, shared by no one but yourself, can be lonely and...

Women in Technology

Women Who Code: The Weather is Great, Come Join Us!

What is this woman’s role? Did you say something other than a software developer?  Why?...

Women in Technology

Women in Tech: Getting the Job You Want

Here at the Excella Extension Center, we’ve just completed interviews for our fall semester intake...

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The Grace Hopper Experience

Our Time To Lead In 25 years in the industry, I have attended a lot...

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Women in Tech: One Woman’s Story

Earlier this year we started a dialog about the challenges women in technology face today....

Tools, Women in Technology

Resources for Women in Tech

We thought last month’s article about keeping women in tech deserved a follow-up. We don’t...