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WeAreTechWomen Featuring Now
02
May

Inspirational Woman: Louisa Spicer | Software Engineer, Echo

Louisa Spicer is a Software Engineer at Echo. Echo was founded just over three years ago and already has 100,000 patient downloads so far and a Net Promotor Score of 83. Echo is on the NHS Digital app store, one of the approved digital tools available to patients, and is an NHS GP Systems of...
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02
May

Why now is the perfect time for women to start a career in tech

The UK will need another one million tech workers by 2020 to meet its growing digital skills gap according to the latest statistics by London Tech Advocates. A Tech City report revealed one million digital jobs were advertised last year – but more than 45,000 were left unfilled. Of the current population, 49.6 per cent...
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diversity in cybersecurity featured
27
Apr

Building a winning tech team via dynamic diversity

According research by Linkedin, only 28 per cent of software engineers are women. This figure has only increased by three per cent over the last 15 years, and, worse still, women in leadership roles have only risen a mere 2.3 per cent. The way I see it, the tech sector is hampered by unconscious biases...
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27
Apr

Building a winning tech team via dynamic diversity

According research by Linkedin, only 28 per cent of software engineers are women. This figure has only increased by three per cent over the last 15 years, and, worse still, women in leadership roles have only risen a mere 2.3 per cent. The way I see it, the tech sector is hampered by unconscious biases...
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children learning IT featured
26
Apr

Gender is not a barrier to working in IT

Last year, less than 10% of those completing an A-level computing course were female. In 2016, UCAS warned that the gender gap in UK degree subjects had doubled in eight years, with computer science suffering the largest gender disparity. The long term effects are clear: only 17% of employees in the UK tech sector are...
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