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women in technology

by Guest Contributor on May 13, 2011

ACTiVATE Trains Women Entrepreneurs in Tech Commercialization

by Guest Contributor on May 13, 2011

ACTiVATE provides innovative and intensive development along with a community of support to help women start and grow technology-based businesses.

by Shonali Burke on March 24, 2010

What Has Ada Lovelace Done For You?

by Shonali Burke on March 24, 2010

Necessity’s the mother of invention. So’s her daughter. Technology has never been a game that just guys can play. From the start, women have been involved in the creation and development of computers. But one of the most important contributors — Ada Lovelace — is virtually unknown. Lovelace was the first computer programmer: as Charles [...]

by Francie Dalton on February 8, 2010

5 Tips To Help You Solidify Business Prospects

by Francie Dalton on February 8, 2010

Editor’s note: It’s been a while, so let me refresh your memory. This is the third part of guest contributor Francie Dalton’s three part series on what can help small business owners do well in a down economy. The first looked at six disciplines to build revenue for your business. The second examined five measures [...]

by Jill Foster on August 6, 2009

What Are Resources to Use? Diversifying Speakers at Tech and Social Media Conferences

by Jill Foster on August 6, 2009

High school Spanish teacher said “You’re smart…for a girl.” And when he said that to me a zillion years ago in my high school days, as a student I dismissed it as his well-meaning ‘slip of the tongue.’ Then he said it again in front of the class. And that was the year my mom [...]