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Jane Ruffino Lightning-fast internet is only the first step in making tech careers accessible

14th March, 2015

Last Sunday I was in New York, at a brunch hosted by an organisation called Bella Minds, which is my favourite kind of women-in-tech organisation. They brunch, sure, but their focus is on helping women get access to tech education and networks in places outside the major US metropolitan areas, especially outside the ones we see as start-up hubs.

Bella Minds focuses on what they call ‘second-tier cities’, where there’s a need to create solid...

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