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I’m a developer and I’ve been a long-time user of Reddit.
I’m also a big fan of writing.
I started reading Reddit in 2009 and have been a member for about 5 years.
Reddit is a great platform to learn, share ideas and find new friends.
As a developer, I am very passionate about open source, and in particular open source frameworks.
I’ve spent the last several years building my own open source tools, and as a result, I’ve spent a lot of time learning and improving my own software.
I am a big proponent of open source and I am always looking to improve my software and services.
Recently, I was thinking about how I could spend some of my time working on something new and exciting and create a new job for myself.
I was looking at a wide range of open-source solutions, but I noticed that the most popular female positions in the software industry were the ones that focused on women and were traditionally men-dominated.
I realized that this was not a coincidence.
Women make up a large portion of software developers in general and in tech, and they are also disproportionately represented in tech in certain industries.
As an industry, the tech industry is dominated by men.
While this may not seem like a big deal to you, it’s important to note that women make up only about 9% of the workforce in the U.S. It is not surprising that this representation of women in tech is not reflected in the wider population, and it has been documented in many studies.
The following infographic illustrates this fact.
It breaks down the roles and opportunities that are usually considered to be the most male-dominated in the industry.
I also realized that if I was going to get into a position of leadership in a software company, I needed to be willing to put myself out there and be an advocate for the women I worked with and who worked with me.
So, in this post, I will share my career-planning and career goals and give a step-by-step guide for women in technology.