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Insights from a Young Woman in Tech
By Liana Hotte

I've been in the workforce for two and a half years and already have a wide range of experiences as a young woman in tech.   Read More

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SmartBear WIT Joins Moms as Mentors for STEM Mentor Workshop
By Shari McGrath

The SmartBear Women in Technology (WIT) group joined forces with a local nonprofit, Moms as Mentors®, for a workshop on being a STEM mentor.   Read More

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Being a College Athlete Prepared Me for Working in Tech
By Caroline Ambros

As I near the one-year mark of graduating from Tufts University, I have found myself reflecting on how far I have come in a short time. A year ago, I wondered whether I should have spent more time doing internships rather than devoting so much of myself to the Tufts Sailing Team.   Read More

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How Managers Are Driving Women Away (from Sales)
By Kayla Kearns

Twenty-five percent of technology salespeople are women, and only 12% are female sales managers. In my experience, that statistic seems relatively high. Too often, the sales floor of a tech company can look like a men's lacrosse team.   Read More

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Women Just Want to be Treated the Same--Don't Make it a Thing
By SmartBear Staff

Modern feminism is a revelation that continues to unravel before us, changing the game for women in the workplace and finally giving a voice that people have stifled far too long. As a woman in technology, I feel more protected and empowered, but I also feel concerned.   Read More

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Five Things I've Learned as a Woman in Tech
By Amber Fallon

There's a prevalent misconception that women can be too emotional for technical fields.   Read More