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Check out the inspiring technical women who are leading the technology sector and working to get more girls and women into technical fields.
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The truth about you is that you are easily capable of greatness.

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The greatest prison that people live in is the fear of what other people think.

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Google honors Ada Lovelace's 197th birthday with a Google Doodle!

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Adele Mildred (Milly) Koss was an early computing pioneer who worked with Grace Hopper and was responsible for developing Editing Generator, a problem-oriented language for computer-generated reports, in 1952.

Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day 2010

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Advancing the Cause of Education: 7 Black Women Who Kicked in the Schoolhouse Door

In 1979 Gwendolyn Boyd became the first black woman to earn a master’s in mechanical engineering from Harvard. After a year at IBM, she joined the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory team, and performed submarine tests & evaluations for the navy. Boyd developed the ATLAS Summer Program, providing internships to minority students majoring in computer science & electrical engineering. She oversaw the launch of SEE to encourage women and minorities to pursue careers in #science…

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The 25 most influential women in UK IT by ComputerWeekly: #2: Dame Wendy Hall, Prof Computer Science Uni of Southampton founder Web Science Research Initiative (She's also on our Famous Women in Computer Science list!)

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The 25 most influential women in UK IT by ComputerWeekly: #1 - Jane Moran, Global CIO, Thomson Reuters (Past speaker at Anita Borg Institute programs!)

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50 most powerful women in business

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Meet some of the first female space explorers (via LiveScience)

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Alicia Abella, executive director of technical research at AT Labs, says colleges, professionals, and parents all play important roles in encouraging women to consider STEM majors.

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Meet The League Of Extraordinary Women: 60 Influencers Who Are Changing The World, from FastCompany

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STEMconnector honors 100 Women Leaders in STEM

STEMconnector unveils cover and honorees of 100 Women Leaders in STEM | blog.stemconnector.org

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Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek

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Gabrielle Roseboro is a high school senior who fell in love with computer science her freshman year and will be attending NC State University to major in computer science and computer engineering

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A 1957 photograph of programmers at work, including Rear Admiral Grace Hopper

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Early women in computing operating ENIAC

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Here's the Real Reason There Are Not More Women in Technology

Some inspiring women in technology

Here's the Real Reason There Are Not More Women in Technology

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Meet some of the first female space explorers (via LiveScience)

Female Space Explorers (Infographic)

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2011 Women of Vision Award Winner for Leadership, Chieko Asakawa, Ph.D., IBM Fellow, IBM Research – Tokyo, works daily to make the web more accessible to all users, including the blind and the elderly

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2011 Women of Vision Award Winner for Social Impact, Karen Panetta, Ph.D., Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Tufts University, works to get more girls interested in STEM fields

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Go women in tech! Mothers of Technology: 10 Women Who Invented and Innovated in Tech

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Congrats to 2012 WITI Hall of Fame inductee Genevieve Bell, Ph.D., Intel Fellow; Director, User Interaction and Experience, Intel Labs, Intel Corporation

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Congrats to 2012 WITI Hall of Fame inductee Gwynne Shotwell, President, SpaceX

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Congrats to 2012 WITI Hall of Fame inductee Joanne Martin, Ph.D. Distinguished Engineer and Vice President of Technology, IBM Corporation

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Congrats to 2012 WITI Hall of Fame Inductee Jane Lubchenco, Ph.D. Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere; Administrator, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

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