Categories Asides Women in Tech Myths Post author By Matt Post date October 31, 2011 4 Comments on Women in Tech Myths The three biggest myths about women in technology, by Allison Scott and Freada Kapor Klein. Hat tip: Mitch Kapor. Share this: Related Mitch Kapor vs. Mark ZuckerbergMarch 24, 2007In "Essays"Open Source Blogs?February 11, 2005In "Open Source"Geek Business MythsOctober 3, 2006In "Asides" ← Art of Right Now → Growing 4 replies on “Women in Tech Myths” […] counterparts. The same goes for people in underrepresented ethnic groups.From VentureBeat (via Ma.tt)I’ve worked in tech since the late 1990s, and I’ve always been that girl who played […] Fabulous article, Matt!!! Thank you so much for sharing it! “How does biology explain the low number of women in computer science? Hint: it doesn’t” http://www.slideshare.net/terriko/how-does-biology-explain-the-low-numbers-of-women-in-cs-hint-it-doesnt I work in a college that focuses on IT training and we’ve often discussed the reasons as to why there aren’t more women in the field. It’s amazing how many women feel excluded from the industry, as it seems to be a “Boy’s Club”, which makes them feel rather mistreated. We hope to change that soon! Thank you so much for sharing this article! Comments are closed.