Irish women in tech are the second-highest paid in the world at an average of £42,996 per annum, according to research carried out by technology job platform Honeypot.
This year, over 800 people attended our Women in Tech Australia event in Sydney. The two-day conference was filled with fascinating talks from successful women in tech, practical workshops, and networking opportunities.
New research has shown that up to a third of women working in or studying tech-related roles believe a lack of leadership from women in top positions is negatively affecting careers in tech.
Blockchain, the distributed ledger technology that generates so much buzz and has so many expectations to fulfil, is still on its way up. A lot has been said, yelled sometimes even, and now it’s time to see what sticks and discover how Blockchain can add true value to our...
11th October marks International Day of the Girl, an international observance day declared by the United Nations to celebrate opportunity for girls, and raise awareness of the importance of gender equality. The day was first celebrated in 2012 by Plan International, a group...
Jinali Patel, R&D Manager at MPC Film, joined us at this year’s Women of Silicon Roundabout conference. We talked to her about some of the biggest challenges she’s faced in her career, why we need more women in the tech sector and what motivates her to succeed.
I hear speakers use the buzz phrase “be disruptive” and I often wonder whether they have considered the power behind their choice of words.
Google, and Microsoft have partnered with the Ad Council, in order to launch the ‘She can STEM’ campaign, aimed at getting more girls interested in science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects and careers.
Appetite Creative Solutions is based across 3 countries UK, Madrid and Dubai. I love all three, and all three are quite distinctively different. Dubai is arguably the most interesting, a fantastic place, a cosmopolitan and a world-leading international business center.
An analysis by software company Exasol has shown that the percentage of female students studying STEM-related subjects at A-level has increased from 6.5% to 11.8% in the last five years alone.
After decades of technological advancement, we have reached a point in history where we now need to focus our efforts on controlling it carefully.
No dream is too crazy. That’s why we gave this year’s attendees at Women of Silicon Roundabout a career garden to pin up their goals for the next year.