(Phys.org) —Just when the nation has a need for more workers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields, research at Cornell and the University of Texas, Austin, finds that women have often found those fields inhospitable, and left for other kinds of jobs.
The following guest post is by Lisa Falzone, CEO and cofounder of Revel Systems, an iPad point-of-sale solution for restaurant, retail and grocery establishments. As a female entrepreneur in the tech space, I’m well aware of the so-called boys’ club and the male-dominated sphere of venture capitalism and startups. While I applaud [...]
Los datos confirman su escasa presencia y los estetereotipos y prejuicios no ayudan a cambiar esa tendenciaA la vez, la red las está uniendo y cada vez más la informática y la tecnología se podrán convertir en territorio neutro
Washington Post (blog) CodeBabes: the latest thing to make women in tech cringe Washington Post (blog) CodeBabes has not responded to a Washington Post inquiry asking whether it's a joke or a high production value parody that is uneasily close to...
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