Women in tech don’t need to “act and think like men” to be successful, but rather take advantage of their unique strengths, writes Catherine Black.
Suhaifa Naidoo explains why this anniversary is important for women in tech in South Africa.
Do you want to help inspire the future generation of women in tech? Sign up to be a Code4CT mentor this month.
The first Jo’burg Bluemix Girls’ Night will be hosted on the 10th June.
Brett Haggard is joined by Google’s Michelle Atagana, Larry Madowo and Bankole Oluwafemi to talk tech.
Register now for your free ticket.
The Mbadika solar charger will hopefully inspire future African innovators to take their ideas and make them a reality.
Serial tech entrepreneurs Vera Kriel explains what aspiring women looking to form their own tech startup need to know.
Panel discussions and talks aimed specifically at women in tech will be taking place at this year’s Tech4Africa Johannesburg.
Register for the fourth annual Wired Women Conference coming in October.
Power to Fly offers remote jobs to women in tech from around the world, without them having to leave home.
High School and College Code Camp help groom tomorrow’s women in tech.
How do women in tech overcome prevalent sexism in their industry?
Ethel Cofie writes about how the anticipated event almost didn’t happen.
Women in tech need as much help from each other as they can possibly get.
What does it take to be a leader in the tech industry?
What does a woman venturing into tech need to know about the industry?
Women, men and girls are invited to attend the DevDays developer conference in August.