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Top Tech Blogs by Women in I.T.

by Justine Shaffer on April 7, 2016
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top tech blogs As a women owned business we’re all about empowering and helping to increase the amount of women in the technology industry. And while yes we want to be seen as equals and not separate ourselves out, a little girl power doesn’t hurt.  From career advice, to education, to product reviews here are the top tech blogs by women:


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Femgineer started by Poornima Vijayashanker as a way for her to express her experiences as a founding engineer at Mint.com. Poornima’s original goals were to simply share her insight, but it quickly turned into a community with a dedicated following. Today Femgineer offers educational courses empowering today’s tech savvy men and women to grow their careers with tools, eBooks, guides and more.

Skill Crush

Skillcrush offers a plethora of posts for women in tech from strategies for career growth to the latest tech buzz to book suggestions.  Written by a team of women Skillcrush’s intriguing and witty posts are like getting advice from your best friend, you’re ridiculously knowledgeable best friend. Skill crush has created a wonderful, interactive and educational community for women in tech.

Women Who Code

Women who code is a non profit organization designed to inspire  girls and women to advance their technology careers and learn to code. They offer free training, region based networking groups, scholarships, and career advice to motivate women in tech, because as they put it – the world of technology is better with women in it. Their blog features interviews with real women in the technology industry sharing their advice and success stories.

Cisco Blog- Cisco Chat

Cisco’s blog features posts from a wide array of company reps. providing many different perspectives into the world of Cisco and networking. Autumn Truong is a Social & Digital Marketing leader at Cisco, and the founder/producer of #CiscoChat. #CiscoChat is a hashtag on twitter encouraging people to have in-depth conversations about tech issues with experts and influencers. There have been over 35 successful “chats” so far with each one having a recap on the Cisco blog. Here’s a list of upcoming #CiscoChats.

I ♥ WiFi

Jennifer writes about a variety of topics from WiFi, to yoga to showcasing her DIY projects. She provides inside looks into some of the biggest shows in WiFi such as Wireless Field Day and HPE Discover. Her humorous spin and know how make her blog an excellent one to follow. 

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In addition to these top tech blogs for women here are a few aimed at encouraging girls to look into careers in tech:

Im A Girl Who Codes

Built By Girls

Girls in Tech

Black Girls Code


Do you find these blogs inspiring? Have one that we missed on the list? Let us know below!

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