"General definition and information on the Imposter Syndrome, provided by the Caltech Counseling Center.
"The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) is a non-profit community of more than 600 universities, companies, non-profits, and government organizations nationwide working to increase women’s participation in computing and technology. NCWIT equips change leaders with resources for taking action in recruiting, retaining, and advancing women from K–12 and higher education through industry and entrepreneurial careers.

Lady Loves Code

Lady Loves Code

"LLC is a fast growing blog, podcast, forum, and weekly Twitter chat for female developers and allies. They encourage inclusiveness and ensure beginners feel welcome and supported.

Anita Borg Institute

Anita Borg Institute

"The Anita Borg Institute (ABI) is a social enterprise founded on the belief that women are vital to building technology that the world needs. Wherever you are in your technical career, ABI seeks to help women reach their goals, from building your network to finding inspiration to growing your career.

Tech by Superwomen

Tech by Superwomen

"In this blog and newsletter, discover and share what's inspiring, motivating and moving women forward in the tech community.

National Girls Collaborative Project

State of girls and women in tech

"Here, the National Girls Collaborative Project presents compelling statistics for girls and women in STEM on one page. Statistics include information on K-12 Education, Higher Education, and Workforce and will be updated on a regular basis.

AppCamp4Girls

AppCamp4Girls

"App Camp For Girls is a place where girls can put their creative powers to work, designing and building apps, while learning more about the business of software and being inspired by women mentors in the field.

Tools For Change

Tools For Change

"Tools for Change offers a series of short visual presentations aimed at a variety of audiences for use in different settings. These workshops review all that has been learned about what works and what doesn’t in creating a workplace that doesn’t push women out of the STEM pipeline.

Grace Hopper Conference

Grace Hopper Conference

"The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is the World's Largest Gathering of Women Technologists. It is produced by the Anita Borg Institute and presented in partnership with ACM.

Lean In

Lean In

"Lean In is focused on encouraging women to pursue their ambitions, and changing the conversation from what women can’t do to what women can do.

Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

"Black Girl Nerds is a place for women of color with various eccentricities to express themselves freely and embrace who they are. This is not a site exclusively for Black women. It’s for ALL women who consider themselves 'nerdy' and men who love and appreciate them.

Hack the Hood

Hack the Hood

"Hack the Hood is an award-winning non-profit that introduces low-income youth of color to careers in tech by hiring and training them to build websites for real small businesses in their own communities.
"Kate Heddleston's blog series takes a look at a variety of problems with engineering and tech environments that are hindering attempts to create diverse teams. This blog discusses why diversity matters, how environments affect us, why we need to talk about them, and how can they hurt diversity.
"A research-based article, this piece explores the reasons why women leave tech, and looks at what is being done to increase the retention of women in tech.
"CODE documentary exposes the dearth of American female and minority software engineers and explores the reasons for this gender gap and digital divide. The film highlights breakthrough efforts that are producing more diverse programmers and shows how this critical gap can be closed. CODE asks: what would society gain from having more women and minorities code and how do we get there?
April 19, 2015
"This article provides actionable ways to help with tech’s gender gap
April 11, 2015
"This report identifies the gender gap women experience working in business roles in tech-intensive industries from day one, uncovers the barriers holding women back and provides insight into why women leave. Finally it provides recommendations on how companies can reverse these trends by attracting and retaining top female talent.
October 23, 2014

The New York Times

Technology's Man Problem

"This article tells the story of Elissa Shevinsky's experience with sexism, and analyzes the impact of gender bias on the tech industry as a whole.
April 5, 2014

The New York Times

How to be a woman programmer

"Ellen Ullman documents the challenges of being a female programmer.
May 18, 2013
"Research on the history of the tech industry and how the field began with many women and how things transitioned to the point where people assume it started out as a hyper-masculine field.
August 5, 2010