Collection by Anita Borg Institute


Systers is the world’s largest email community of technical women in computing. It was founded by Anita Borg in 1987 as a small electronic mailing list for women in “systems”. Today, Systers broadly promotes the interests of women in the computing and technology fields. Find out more at:

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Meet Some Systers: Mentoring: At a “Bring Your Kids to Work” day at her company, this Syster impressed her 8 year old daughter with computer hardware from R. 8 Year Olds, Computer Hardware, Bring It On, Daughter, Meet, Couple Photos, Kids, Couple Shots, Young Children
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Meet Some Systers: A Summer of Learning: This Syster learned Perl the summer she spent at Brighton Beach. Brighton, Meet, Learning, World, Beach, Summer, Summer Time, The Beach, Studying
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Meet Some Systers: Vive La Resistance: This Syster shows her love of and by sporting a t-shirt with a resistor symbol.

Systers Global Meetups were held throughout the world to coincide with the anniversary of Anita Borg's birthday on January

Robin Jeffries, Her Systers-Keeper

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Join the online community founded by Anita Borg herself. Systers provides a private, safe online forum for women involved in technical aspects of computing. Network, share advice, and collaborate on projects.