Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Helping More Women To Become Tech Pioneers

Tech Training For Women

As I am always on the lookout for topics that are of interest to women, be it professional training or any other field, this post appeared to be of particular interest.

It has long been known that women are not into technical training as much as men but with a serious shortage of technical skills, it could be something women could consider doing.  

With this skills shortage come advantages for those who do train to get technical skills.

  The link above will reveal the full story .......................

At a time when the business world faces chronic shortages of tech skills, there must be a greater emphasis on helping young women adopt careers in technology.

History is overflowing with the names of men who have revolutionized computing and information technology: Babbage, Turing, Jobs, Wozniak, Gates, Hewlett, Packard and Berners-Lee, to name just a few. What is often missing is an acknowledgement of women who have contributed to the advancement of tech.
Since March is Women's History Month, it's a good time to mention two women who finally received the attention they deserve last November: Margaret Hamilton and Grace Hopper.
- See more at: http://www.baselinemag.com/blogs/helping-more-women-become-tech-pioneers.html#sthash.PwdJpbwd.dpuf

History is overflowing with the names of men who have revolutionized computing and information technology: Babbage, Turing, Jobs, Wozniak, Gates, Hewlett, Packard and Berners-Lee, to name just a few. What is often missing is an acknowledgement of women who have contributed to the advancement of tech.
Since March is Women's History Month, it's a good time to mention two women who finally received the attention they deserve last November: Margaret Hamilton and Grace Hopper.
- See more at: http://www.baselinemag.com/blogs/helping-more-women-become-tech-pioneers.html#sthash.ernyMVT8.dpuf
History is overflowing with the names of men who have revolutionized computing and information technology: Babbage, Turing, Jobs, Wozniak, Gates, Hewlett, Packard and Berners-Lee, to name just a few. What is often missing is an acknowledgement of women who have contributed to the advancement of tech.
Since March is Women's History Month, it's a good time to mention two women who finally received the attention they deserve last November: Margaret Hamilton and Grace Hopper.
- See more at: http://www.baselinemag.com/blogs/helping-more-women-become-tech-pioneers.html#sthash.ernyMVT8.dpuf

At a time when the business world faces chronic shortages of tech skills, there must be a greater emphasis on helping young women adopt careers in technology.

History is overflowing with the names of men who have revolutionized computing and information technology: Babbage, Turing, Jobs, Wozniak, Gates, Hewlett, Packard and Berners-Lee, to name just a few. What is often missing is an acknowledgement of women who have contributed to the advancement of tech.
Since March is Women's History Month, it's a good time to mention two women who finally received the attention they deserve last November: Margaret Hamilton and Grace Hopper.
- See more at: http://www.baselinemag.com/blogs/helping-more-women-become-tech-pioneers.html#sthash.PwdJpbwd.dpuf

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