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Holly Brockwell argues for professional mentoring as a positive choice for women in technology roles
Holly Brockwell argues that events need to offer more choice to suit different tastes and lifestyle choices
Holly Brockwell continues her rundown of the ways technology events must change to be more inclusive
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'The fact that women want to be treated equally doesn't mean we all have the same needs, and it definitely doesn't mean we have the same needs as men.' Holly Brockwell discusses how tech events need to change
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