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Find Ways to Forge Ahead in Tech Despite Harassment Claims, Other Challenges
By Izenda Content Strategist

Workday's Lynn Christensen offers her lessons to help women and businesses forge ahead in technology industries.   Read More

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Can Boot Camp Scholarships, University Efforts Overcome Women's Lack of Confidence?
By Izenda Content Strategist

At least one coding boot camp wants to get more women into technology fields, according to a story by Tech Target. The Flatiron School gives 25 women a month 50% off tuition for its online program. Every woman who attends its New York campus gets a $1,000 discount.   Read More

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Google Champions Women Programmers, Sued Over Wage Disparity Claims
By Izenda Content Strategist

Wage transparency ends the secret of whether a worker is being paid fairly, according to several studies. As women earn on average around 80 cents for every dollar a man makes, that knowledge can be empowering.   Read More

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Remote Work May Cut Gender Gap, but Will AI Freeze Cyberbullying
By Izenda Content Strategist

Could remote work solve the tech industry's gender diversity gap? A leadership study from Remote.co seems to suggest it might work, according to an article on Tech Republic.   Read More

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Women Founders Support Diversity, But Investment Stagnates
By Izenda Content Strategist

A tech start-up with a woman founder hires twice as many female employees as the industry average, according to an article by the Los Angeles Times.   Read More

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Can a Man Write a Guide for Women in Technology to Reach Women and Men?
By Izenda Content Strategist

A male programmer gives his advice on how to understand perceptions, stereotypes and stigmas that surround women in technology with Women in Technology: A Guide for Men and Women, a chapter in his latest book.   Read More