Little Miss Geek's not a nerd, Little Miss Geek isn't boring. And Little Miss Geek is definitely, definitely not a man. Why on earth would she want to work in technology?
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A male-dominated culture and an atrocious image problem is causing girls everywhere to turn their back on the technology industry from an early age. The sad thing is, technology needs them. Desperately.
We are facing a female brain-drain. Right now only seventeen-percent of technology jobs are held by women and that number is shrinking all the time. Men are indoors changing the world while girls are being left in the cold. This cannot continue: the next generation of female innovators must not be forgotten.
In this groundbreaking book, Belinda Parmar charts the rise of the Little Miss Geek as she fights her way from childhood, through school and into the heart of the technology industry. Along the way the book outlines practical steps that will bridge the gap between women and technology, and help inspire girls everywhere to be tech pioneers.
Women will be part of the next technological revolution.
Little Miss Geek has arrived.