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srose9

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#81558 14-Apr-2011 10:54
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Hi!

I am new to this site and already am enjoying it alot.

20 year old woman working as junior systems engineer.. learning alot so these forums help alot.

Would be interested to talk to any other women working in a similar role to me as I have not yet found any.

Cheers!

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  #458612 14-Apr-2011 10:55
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  #458709 14-Apr-2011 13:19
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srose9: Would be interested to talk to any other women working in a similar role to me as I have not yet found any.


Definitely in a male dominated industry... welcome none the less Laughing

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  #459024 15-Apr-2011 08:02
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Hi srose9 - I'm female but not working in the industry - my job is unpaid, looking after our home systems and keeping an eye on our youth sailing trust's website.

WELCOME!!!

These guys are great!




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  #459025 15-Apr-2011 08:04
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You'd be surprised. I think there are lots of women around here on Geekzone, but not all them tell people about their gender. Like in gaming - that other player beating you is more likely to be a girl than you think...




 

 

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  #459028 15-Apr-2011 08:10
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Thats cool jevvv :)

Me personally I hate games, but that may change u never know.

While I've got you all here, do any of you have any knowledge of the software N-able? Trying to find some resources..

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  #459091 15-Apr-2011 11:37
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My screen name is from the days when I didn't let on I was female online ;)

I figured I'd been online enough to finally put my pic on my profile a while back :)

I'm certain there are many more undercover women online... most discovered early to keep that under wraps when they were talked down to or hit on. I must say things have been improving in the last few years (I've never had those sort of issues here)




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Hi Rose, welcome to Geekzone!

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