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August 10, 2015  11:37 AM

What role does technology play in building a diverse workforce?

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"Apple Inc.", "Assessment centre", "Bachelor of Arts", "Bachelor of Engineering", "Bachelor of Science", "Generation Y", Brisbane, Candidate, London, recruitment

WCN, UK and global Recruitment technology provider, has helped organisations around the world hire great people. One of the many areas where recruitment technology is making a major difference is in helping build a truly diverse workforce, as Nick Holmes, UK managing director of WCN...

July 29, 2015  11:22 AM

Why girls DON’T need to learn to code

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"Amanda Nevill", "British Film Institute", "Carey Mulligan", "Covent Garden", "Crowd funding", "Darren Westlake", Crowdcube, Customer service, London, United Kingdom

This is a byline by Richard Protherough, managing director of Spring Technology

As the English summer begins, there are two things that are certain: Brits will keep calm and carry on complaining about the weather, and virtually every newspaper and blog will...


July 1, 2015  11:39 AM

What it means to be a woman in IT and a woman in the military

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"A View to a Kill", "Able seaman", "John Steed", "Rancho Mirage", "Royal Navy", "World War II", Actor, Afghanistan, California, London, United Kingdom

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December 5, 2014  3:02 PM

20% discount code for everywoman Forum 2015

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"A453 road", "Academy Award", "American Express", "Anton du Beke", "ARM architecture", "London Hilton on Park Lane", bus, hotel, London, United Kingdom

Computer Weekly and WITsend readers are being treated to a 20% discount for the everywoman Forum 2015.

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August 6, 2014  3:53 PM

Recognising, celebrating and encouraging female talent: everywoman academy

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Deloitte, entrepreneur, everywoman, fdmgroup, Gong, London, Technology, United Kingdom

The second everywoman in technology leadership academy, to take place this year, will focus on recognising, celebrating and encouraging the female talent currently within the technology sector.


July 7, 2014  12:00 PM

Do you know an inspirational woman running a technology business? DEADLINE TODAY

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"Iris Award", "July 7", "National Westminster Bank", award, Business, entrepreneur, London, NatWest

The NatWest everywoman Awards close for entries today (July 7), so this is your last chance to enter yourself or someone you know who you think deserves to be a winner this year....


June 16, 2014  11:40 AM

Cisco hosts “Dragon’s Den” App Challenge for Girls in IT Day

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"Cisco Networking Academy", Cisco, Cisco Systems, Facebook, Feltham, Kenya, London, Netherlands

This is a guest blog from Hannah Wright,head of security at Cisco Systems, and App Challenge Dragon @CiscoNetAcad

 


May 31, 2014  9:49 PM

You will not believe what happens at the London Hopper Colloquium!

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"Doctor of Philosophy", "London Hopper Colloquium", competition, computerscience, IBM, London, poster, research

This is a guest blog by Bedour Alshaigy, a 2nd year PhD student from Oxford Brookes


May 2, 2014  11:59 AM

The BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium: A student perspective Polina Stoyanova

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"Ada Lovelace", "Lovelace Colloquium", "University of Greenwich", "University of Reading", "Women in computing", bcswomen, Computer science, London

This year's BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium was at The University of Reading. Students came to the event from across the country. Three of the student poster contest finalists give their perspectives over the next three blog posts.

This is a...


May 2, 2014  11:56 AM

The BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium: A student perspective Charlotte Godley

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"Girl Guides", "University of Reading", bcswomen, Bristol, London, Lovelace, Nottingham, sheffield

This year's BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium was at The University of Reading. Students came to the event from across the country. Student poster contest finalists give their perspectives over the next three blog posts.

This is a guest blog...


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