This Mother’s Day, a look at women in IT

Mother’s Day is just around the corner. It is a time to celebrate the women who have helped shape our lives, and to recognize their achievements. For women in tech, those successes happen both in the office and at home (and sometimes work and home overlap). For the past three years, Computerworld has asked IT pros who are also moms for their tips and tricks for balancing work life with home life, and to share some stories about when the two worlds collide.

This Mother’s Day, we are taking a different approach by stepping back to take a wider look at women in tech. Computerworld has been covering this topic for years, but now we have gathered many of these related articles here, in one place.

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from Computerworld



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