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Debian Women. Debian Women - The People Involved. LinuxChix - Be Polite. Be Helpful. Womoz - Women & Mozilla. : Girls In Tech : Gitparis. JDuchess - Java women community. PyLadies - Python women comunity. Systers - Institute for Women and Technology. It’s important to know that you are not alone.

Systers - Institute for Women and Technology

Systers is a forum for all women involved in the technical aspects of computing. The list has over 4,000 members from at least 54 countries around the world. We welcome the participation of women technologists of all ages and at any stage of their studies or careers. Systers Wiki. Systers is an international community of 3,000 women involved in technical-computing founded by Anita Borg in 1987 as a small electronic mailing list for women in “systems”.

Systers Wiki

Today, Systers broadly promotes the interests of women in the computing and technology fields. Anita created Systers to “increase the number of women in computer science and make the environments in which women work more conducive to their continued participation in the field.” The Systers community serves this purpose by providing women a private space to seek advice from their peers, and discuss the challenges they share as women technologist.

Please create an account to make wiki contributions. CyberMentor. ChicasLinux - Porque sí. TechNixen.net - Frauen in der Computertechnik. GNOME Women. GNOME Women is a group dedicated to providing encouragement for women to contribute to GNOME, a free and open-source GNU/Linux and Unix desktop suite.


IRC Channel Our IRC channel is #gnome-women on irc.gnome.org . Ubuntu Women - Home. Ubuntu Women at UDS-N - Vimeo. Ladies Learning Code. Greenlight for girls - Home. Girls Go Geek… Again! Computer science has always been a male-dominated field, right?

Girls Go Geek… Again!

Wrong. In 1987, 42% of the software developers in America were women. And 34% of the systems analysts in America were women. The Computer Boys Take Over. 2011-04-05_JHU. April, Groupe de travail « Diversité » Girl Geek Dinners.