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The BBC have advertised the women in technology awards. Who would you like to win them? Who do you see as the best of the best?
The categories are as follows:
AWARD CATEGORIES
1 - Best woman in technology in the private sector
2 - Best woman in technology in the public sector
3 - Best woman in technology in a small to medium enterprise
4 - Best woman in technology in academia
5 - Best female mentor and in technology
6 - Best female technology writer
7 - Best technology company advancing women
8 - 2005 Woman and Technology Award

These people need to be people who are futuristic, motivators and people that the younger generation can look up to and aspire to. It will be interesting to see the results of this one.

You can put your application in at the women in technology website. The closing date for entries is the 29th July so get in there quick. I have to say it really hasn’t been marketed all that well and they do need to get a lot more exposure in order to get the high calibre applicants that they are looking for.

So should I apply? Personally I don’t think I am quite up there yet. I could have done it last year when I was a student… but now I am working it just doesn’t seem to be all that appropriate.

And don't forget about the female Geek dinner on the 16th August. Posted on Wednesday, July 27, 2005 8:46 AM | Back to top


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Hi Sarah...all the links in the post are broke!...curse of cut & paste perhaps?! They all have a double http:// prefix

J
Left by James Simmonds on Jul 27, 2005 12:46 PM

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Duh... sooooo silly of me... It must have been one of those blonde moments...

All fixed for you now!
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