Technology really is for women too
Megan McArdle and James Damore are wrong: I am a woman, I work in technology, and there’s nowhere I’d rather be
Speaking as a woman in technology, there is no better area to work.
Last week’s Sunday Business Post article by Megan McArdle depicted the author’s experience working for a few short years in a small tech company. In it, she recounted how banter with colleagues about building a fibre channel in a basement over the weekend resulted in her realising that tech was not for her.
Clearly, working in IT was...
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