The Ada Project
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The Ada Project (TAP) is a website providing information on events, funding, positions and organisations supportive of women in technology. It links to resources about the history of women in computing, aiding in the historical rediscovery of women's roles in the field.
- Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology
- Sexism in the technology industry
- Women in computing
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