A place for women in IT - opinion and debate on how to bring more women into the technology sector.

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  • Learn to code, get a job as an engineer? It’s not that simple

    Clare McDonald - Business Editor 21 Dec 2020
  • GUEST BLOG: In this guest post, Amy Franz, software engineer at DirectlyApply, talks about her journey into software engineering, and that often touted alternative routes into tech are not as ...

  • Why cater to neurodiverse people in the workplace?

    Clare McDonald - Business Editor 01 Dec 2020
  • As part of the 2020 Computer Weekly diversity and inclusion event, in partnership with Spinks, we ran a number of workshops in the leadup to the day covering a range of different topics relating to ...

  • Why not me?

    Clare McDonald - Business Editor 29 Oct 2020
  • GUEST BLOG: In this contributed blog post, Carol Leaman, CEO of Axonify, talks about her journey into the technology sector, and how others can consider a career in tech too. As a young girl ...

  • Why pronouns are important

    Clare McDonald - Business Editor 21 Oct 2020
  • International Pronouns Day, which falls on the third Wednesday of October each year, aims to make it an everyday occurrence for people to educate themselves about, and respect, people’s personal ...

  • FDM everywoman in tech awards launches 2021 nominations

    Clare McDonald - Business Editor 18 Sep 2020
  • Now entering its 11th year, the FDM everywoman in technology awards 2021 is open for nominations. The annual event aims to shine a light on women making a contribution to the technology industry, ...