In a prior thread I just posted I used the word "fellows" and thought to change it to make it gender neutral and decided against it because I genuinely think there are only fellows here anyway. But, I have heard there are at least two female engineers in the world, Limor Fried and Jeri Ellsworth. I additionally have heard a rumor there may actually be others. Are and of them here? Just wondering...
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Male to Female Ratio: 12.5:1That's actually better than I thought it would be. I don't remember being asked, but my memory may be bad on this.
But, I have heard there are at least two female engineers in the world, Limor Fried and Jeri Ellsworth.
Having said that I think there are about ten or so females active on this board from time to time.
I have worked with a small handful of female engineers over the years.
In 21 years of teaching Physics I only had two female students.
I have been lecturing physics to engineering/hard science students for the past several years. I can't remember all my student names but girls' names are easy, because there are only a few in the clas
You forgot Grace Hooper, She is the main reason why we have debugging in our compiler systems these days she actually find a Moth in the system that was dead and which messed with inner electronic's.
Nice story, but not true.
You forgot Grace Hooper
Rear Admiral Grace Hopper is a hero(ine) of mine.
Never heard of her, but Rear Admiral Grace Hopper is a hero(ine) of mine.
Quote from: AWOL on Sep 26, 2012, 02:58 amRear Admiral Grace Hopper is a hero(ine) of mine.Ditto, except I'm not sure about that COBOL business