Atturra has appointed Estelle Ivory to the role of general manager, business applications within its Microsoft cloud and applications business unit.
Technology start-up Code Like a Girl has launched its Roaming Classroom for Rebel Girls – a mobile, pop-up classroom which, it says, is aimed at making coding more accessible.
A record 2000 schoolgirls from 73 Victorian schools have participated in a Melbourne tech event designed to encourage them to take up a career in the technology sector.
Girls in the "approx 6-15 years old" age group with an interest in learning to code are invited by Microsoft to attend free coding workshops between 9 and 15 July, but no boys are allowed!
Code Like A Girl has launched a new internship programme aimed at helping young people get their first break towards a career in technology.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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