From tech to politics, these women paved the way for othersMore
If you think the tech industry is male-dominated today, consider what it must have been like to move to San Francisco in the 1970s to work as a computer programmer. Life in Code is an eloquently-written book of essays that has Ullman recounting memories of being the only woman in her field. Along the way, she injects plenty of wit, knowledge, and predictions on where she sees technology headed in the next 20 years.
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HRC was the first woman presidential candidate to be nominated by a major political party in U.S. But her gender, despite her years of experience, was her ultimate downfall. Clinton faced unspeakable sexism during her campaign. The proof? Her opponent, a misogynistic reality TV personality, was the one who won the presidency. To say this memoir is emotionally wrought is an understatement. But its existence is astounding. It will inspire young women to pursue careers in politics and advocate for change for generations.
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