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5 All-Female Coding Camps That Are Changing the Ratio: several female-powered programs are looking to lure more ladies into coding and programming.
More and more men are publicly supporting PASS WIT, including by wearing kilts at the Summit. Ever wonder how this trend started? Read Jason Sparapani's article on SearchSQLServer to learn about the #sqlkilt #passwit connection.
Congratulations to 2012 PASSion award winner Jen Stirrup, and 2012 PASSion Award Honorable Mentions Amy Lewis!
Congratulations to 2011 PASSion award winner Lori Edwards!
Jennifer Marsman blogs about a recent discussion on the lack of women speaking at technical conferences that was held at CodeStock.
Chapter leader Malathi Mahadevan shares her perspective on how cultural differences can affect IT careers in this interview.
PASSion award winner and WIT leader Wendy Pastrick is interviewed by Kathi Kellenberger.
Kathi Kellenberger reports back on SQLSaturday #45 in Louisville.
Jes Borland interviews PASS 2010 Outstanding Volunteer Lori Edwards.
Congratulations to 2010 PASSion Award Winner Wendy Pastrick and to Outstanding Volunteer Lori Edwards!
Missed the 8th Annual WIT luncheon? Watch the recording here.
SQL Server Central guest editorials adress the question: "Women and Men-Same or Different?" by Wendy Pastrick, Julie Yack, Jen McCown, Jessica Moss and Steve Jones.
Blogger Thomas LaRock critiques an article that encourages "flirting your way to the top."
Read what SQLSaturday #50 WIT participants Kathi Kellenberger, Jes Borland and Sarah Sjolander have to say about the event in East Iowa.
Exceptional DBA for 2010 Tracy Hamlin is interviewed at SQL Server Central.
Teresa Burger encourages her daughter to engage with technology and now she's developing in Silverlight
Stacia Misner weighs in on attitudes towards women in IT with A Perspective...
Jes Borland and Jen McCown blog on Women in Tech for SQL University
Jes Borland's post on Women in Tech Througout History
Jen McCown's posts on Intro to Women in Technology and Issues for Women in Technology
From the New York Times: Out of the Loop in Silicon Valley. discusses the experience of women in tech at different levels, from software engineer to entrepreneur and talks about how companies with diverse workforces are often more successful.